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New FNB Financial Center:Trading Up

May 29, 2024

Pittsburgh-based F.N.B. Corporation, a diversified financial services company and operator of the First National Bank of Pennsylvania, announced an expansion of its corporate headquarters with several modern amenities. 

Along with unveiling plans for a ground-floor cafe, FNB announced in a statement that it has secured three more floors, or nearly 60,000 square feet, of office and amenity space for its employees, with options to add further space to accommodate its continued growth.  FNB has more than 2,000 employees across several states in the region. 

The statement outlined features of the new space:

  • FNB will occupy a total of approximately 230,000 square feet in FNB Financial Center, which is expected to approach 70 percent occupancy prior to completion. Two floors will house a sophisticated two-story trading floor — a hub of fast-paced activity for FNB's Capital Markets employees. Another floor will incorporate a fitness center, a Wi-Fi-enabled outdoor terrace and other amenities available to the building's additional tenants.
  • Each of FNB Financial Center's 26 floors features floor-to-ceiling glass windows. FNB’s floors are designed to prioritize collaboration and productivity, with working and meeting space options formatted to suit employees' varied styles and preferences
  • FNB is partnering with Parkhurst Dining, a leading contract food service provider in the Mid-Atlantic that also is headquartered in Pittsburgh, to open a cafe with health-conscious dining
  • FNB will consolidate several North Shore campus sites into FNB Financial Center when it opens later in 2024. With room for up to 1,000 team members, the new headquarters will enable the Company to continue its growth trajectory while driving improved efficiency, collaboration and productivity.
  • The LEED Silver-certified building will add nearly 550,000 square feet of sustainable, mixed-use space for the Pittsburgh region. Located on the former site of the Civic Arena, FNB Financial Center is the anchor of one of the most socially responsible urban development initiatives in the U.S., serving as the catalyst for nearly $1 billion in economic expansion.  

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David Harrison