The Elmhurst Group of companies is a 45-year-old Pittsburgh-based organization that invests in commercial real estate and the hospitality industry. Elmhurst’s real estate holdings include 40 buildings on 21 sites, totaling more than three million square feet of office, distribution, flex, and hotel space.
Elmhurst’s long-term strategy is to continually increase the value of each of its properties by providing strong and dedicated management and exceptional customer service.
Elmhurst Group has fostered a culture of personal care among our employees. We manage every building we own. We maintain close personal contact with our customers. We operate with the understanding that we are in the service business—not the space business. And we recognize that our legacy is inextricably linked to the quality of our people and the service we provide. So we conduct our business with integrity, and honor our commitments.
For more than 40 years, Elmhurst Group has been a part of the Greater Pittsburgh region. And in order to remain, we know that our deeds always need to back up our words.
Elmhurst is proud of its responsibility to our community and believes business success depends not only on financial results but also on social considerations.
Elmhurst employees are also committed to giving back to the community by volunteering their time at organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, the Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank, the Western PA Conservancy and the Pittsburgh Blind & Vision Rehabilitation Services.
Employees at Elmhurst-owned DoubleTree Hotel Pittsburgh City Center have participated in programs for the Miller African Centered Academy, Light of Life Ministries, Special Olympics, Mister Rogers Neighborhood Sweater Drive, Toys for Tots and Operation Troop Appreciation.
Part of what makes our region thrive is the diversity within our communities. Elmhurst is proud to be part of Pittsburgh’s contribution to the national dialogue on racial justice. Our goal is to support this ongoing and necessary conversation, to oppose racism and make Pittsburgh an even better and more welcoming place to live.