7451 Washington Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15218 (Swissvale)

7451 Washington Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15218 Exterior-2

7451 Washington Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15218

7451 Washington Avenue 15218 Swissvale 

7451 Washington Avenue in Swissvale Borough is 1200 sq. ft. of office space is available in this Class B building.  Originally designed as a dental office, this space is suitable for any type of office practice including, but not limited to dental or medical.  Many recent renovations, including upgraded mechanicals have been completed.  Storage space is available. Accessibility is through a street entrance and off-street parking is available.

Dental Medical Professional Office Space For Lease

Washington Avenue is situated in Borough of Swissvale, a Pittsburgh suburb.  Swissvale is located minutes from downtown Pittsburgh and is easily accessible to the Parkway East (I-376).  Bordering communities include Edgewood to the north, Braddock Hills to the east, North Braddock to the southeast, and Rankin to the south.  Located to the west is Swisshelm Park and Munhall is located to the southwest.  Swissvale is part of an area known as Regent Square which is comprised of portions of Pittsburgh neighborhoods, Wilkinsburg, and Edgewood.

Price: $1200 per month
Address: 7451 Washington Avenue
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA
ZIP: 15218
MLS #: 1087180
Square Feet: 1200
Acres:
Price/Acre:
Zoned: COMM

Swissvale is home a historic landmark – the Longfellow School (Deniston School) which is located at the corner of McClure Avenue and Monroe Street.  This structure, built in 1902 was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

Several educational and entertainment venues are located within minutes of Swissvale, including the Cultural District, Heinz Field, PNC Park, The Waterfront, Kennywood Park, The Pittsburgh Zoo, Carnegie-Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh, and much more.

Public transportation is available through the Port Authority of Pittsburgh and the Martin Luther King, Jr. East busway.

Swissvale derived its name from the Swisshelm family.  John Swisshelm served under George Washington in the Revolutionary War and camped at Valley Forge.  He and his family owned a farm where the town is located.  Other notables from Swissvale include George Westinghouse, Billy Gardell, Dick Groat, Sierra Sinn, and Diane Holohan.

 

 

 

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