COTERIE COMPANY TO OCCUPY FULL FLOOR AT HISTORIC FRICK BUILDING

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The premier, women-focused, co-working brand launches second U.S. location

 Pittsburgh, Pa. – COTERIE Company, a luxury indoor/outdoor co-working space for women, has executed a 10-year lease to occupy the entire 20th floor of the Frick Building, 437 Grant Street.

Joanna Bailey, COTERIE founder and CEO, who worked with Rob Geiger and Tim Goetz of Cushman & Wakefield Grant Street Associates to select the space at the Frick Building, says that COTERIE Pittsburgh’s 13,028-square-foot location will offer a strong growth opportunity for the women of Western Pennsylvania.

“COTERIE’s mission is to elevate, educate and empower female entrepreneurs while encouraging community engagement. Our penthouse suite will be a stunning, high-tech vessel to connect women at various stages of their career lives and provide the network and resources they are looking for,” Bailey said.

Each COTERIE location offers a virtual global community, co-working memberships, social and professional events, and business meetings/offsite options. In addition, each location will have unique elements specific to their particular membership and market. For example, Bailey said the Pittsburgh office is set to host a start-to-finish, non-partisan Election Day party as one of its kick-off events. “The only requirement to attend is an ‘I Voted’ sticker,” she said.

Opening its doors the first week of October, Mini Coterie, as it is aptly named, operates from temporary space on the ninth floor of the Frick Building while construction is completed in the penthouse. In addition to COTERIE’s meeting opportunities, the permanent space will include a meditation room, indoor and outdoor gathering spaces, a writer’s suite and closing rooms.

According to Aaron Stauber, CEO of Rugby Realty: “This is a terrific tenant, and exactly in keeping with our goal of providing today’s modern, corporate and tech tenants with creative space.   The top floor of the Frick Building was in very high demand – we concluded this transaction before the current tenant had even vacated – and COTERIE Company’s plans for the space and its outdoor decks will really transform the space.”

For more information about COTERIE Company, visit www.coteriecompany.com/pittsburgh/

 

Author: Edie Hartman

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