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Renovations underway on Broad Street building

Tribune-Review
| Tuesday, August 14, 2018 10:42 a.m.
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A new three story addition will be built on the west side of the Sewickley Executive Building to house an elevator in the building, located at 429-435 Broad Street in Sewickley.
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The Sewickley Executive Building, 429-435 Broad St., is being renovated and will be leased to new tenants when completed. The building was once considered as a headquarters for Mars-based Eddy Homes.
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Cory Hershey of Phillips Masonry Inc., Ambridge, takes a break to eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich Tuesday morning while working on the interior of the Sewickley Executive Building, 429-435 Broad St. in Sewickley. Hershey is part of a group of workers who are renovating the building for Eddy Homes.

The signs of construction work abound outside the Sewickley Executive Building on Broad Street just west of Beaver Street.

Fencing cordones off an area containing pallets of cement block. A new footer was poured last week where an addition will be made to the building at 429-435 Broad Street that’s owned by Eddy Homes.

Company spokesman Jon Moritz said the Mars-based builder once considered putting its headquarters at the site. Those plans have changed, but the company has gutted the building and is renovating it for a new retail/commerical space in downtown Sewickley.

“We’ve had a lot of people call us,” Moritz said of interest in the finished building.

Further details weren’t available, but Sewickley Manager Kevin Flannery said the renovations are welcome in the borough.

“I think it’s a remarkable improvement,” Flannery said.

Tom Davidson is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tom at 724-226-4715, tdavidson@tribweb.com or via Twitter @kingofgonzo.

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