The Mosites Company is a nine person real estate development company located in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Founded by Steven Mosites, Jr. in 1992, The Mosites Company was formed with the vision of developing and renovating commercial and residential properties. Driven by Steve’s commitment to creating well-designed, quality projects with lasting value, The Mosites Company has a portfolio of completed projects exceeding 1.8 Million square feet of GLA, with additional planned projects in the works.
In addition to projects in Vermont, Georgia, Alabama and Pennsylvania, some of the local urban projects in Pittsburgh include; Eastside, a 110,000 square foot mixed-use urban shopping center anchored by Whole Foods Market, PLCB Premium Wine & Spirits Store and Walgreens, the Murray Avenue Condominiums in Squirrel Hill, the redevelopment of Virginia Avenue in Mt. Washington including the Rite Aid and Foodland Fresh, Academy Place in Sewickley, and partnered with Damian Zamias for the historical renovation of The Times Building, a 20,000 square foot office building in downtown Pittsburgh. The most recent project for The Mosites Company was a 143,000 square foot Target as part of the redevelopment of East Liberty, which opened in July of 2011.
The Mosites Company has been nationally noticed for their development work and visions, and they were recently featured in an article in The New York Times for the Eastside Development located in East Liberty.