Burns White, in conjunction with Oxford Development Company, cut the ribbon on its new corporate headquarters in Pittsburgh’s Strip District neighborhood.
Known as Burns White Center, the firm’s new headquarters at 3 Crossings, a new neighborhood development, is a 110,000 square-foot building along Railroad Street and the Allegheny River. Burns White is the sole tenant of the facility.
“The move to 3 Crossings in the Strip District is an exciting step for Burns White as we continue to grow our business and footprint as an employer in Pittsburgh and beyond,” said David B. White. “We wanted a new and innovative space to accommodate the firm’s growth, creating a place that serves both our business and staff needs, while ultimately benefiting our clients.”
Burns White’s new space is different than more traditional law firm spaces, reflecting the needs of today’s workforce with a state-of-the-art building that focuses on collaborative work spaces, increased employee interaction, and efficiencies clients are looking for today. Additional amenities, such as a professional-grade fitness center and cafe with outdoor seating, provide places for employees to gather.
Burns White Center is part of the revitalization of a new and exciting corporate destination. The building is designed, and built to USBGC LEED Silver standards (certifications pending).