Gregory C. Black
Treasurer and Executive Vice President, PA Commercial Real Estate
Tel: (412) 391-3500
Gregory C. Black
Greg Black, Treasurer and Executive Vice President of Pennsylvania Commercial Real Estate has been involved in
commercial real estate brokerage, mortgage lending and development consulting in Pittsburgh and across the nation for over 20 years. In March of 1992, Mr. Black became one of the founders of Pennsylvania Commercial Real Estate which employs 21 brokers and 4 administrative personnel. Mr. Black has represented various tenants under exclusive tenant advisory service contracts totaling 850,000 square feet with 665,000 square feet of contracts for development consulting activities.
Prior to Pennsylvania Commercial Real Estate, Mr. Black spent eight years as a commercial real estate broker with
Cushman and Wakefield and established himself as a leading real estate professional in the Central Business District and Suburban Pittsburgh real estate markets. Mr. Black has served many corporations as a tenant adviser such as NOVA Chemicals, Contemporary Technologies, Grogan, Graffam, HDR, Cellomics, Inc., Carnegie Learning, Babst Calland Clements & Zomnir, Pittsburgh High Technology Council and Civil & Environmental Consultants, to name a few.
Development Consulting clients have included Sunoco Chemicals, Union Switch & Signal and Nova Chemicals. Recent developments include 333 Baldwin Road, Crescent Commons and 3000 Sidney Street. Mr. Black has sold the Maynard Building, Busy Beaver Building, Cherrington Corporate Center Building 100, Alpha Plaza and the WT&M Building. Mr. Black has represented USX Tower, a 2.3 million square foot downtown Class A office building, and Cherrington Corporate Center, a 400,000 square foot Class A suburban office complex. Mr. Black has procured public funding for his clients from the following programs: Allegheny County EDL, Pennsylvania IDP, PIDA and Opportunity Grants and local Development and Land Acquisition Loans. Prior to Cushman & Wakefield, Mr. Black was a Mortgage Lending Officer with Mellon Bank. His responsibilities included the organization, negotiation, closing and administration of commercial construction loans. He received training in credit, cost and appraisal and completed real estate law courses.
Mr. Black graduated with a Masters of Business Administration Degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1982 with a concentration in finance and in 1979 with a B.A. in economics. Prior to graduate school Mr. Black was employed by Transamerica Delaval and the NCR Corporation.