It wasn’t much more than two years ago that Richard Donley committed to erecting a new building near Pittsburgh International Airport every 18 months.
At the time, he had no tenants and there was plenty of empty office space in the corridor.
Talk about pressure.
“We were nervous about it,” said Mr. Donley, president of developer Chaska Property Advisors of Cranberry.
Not so much anymore.
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