Faros Properties is pleased to announce that Gecko Robotics has signed a lease for over 67,000 square feet of mixed-use space at Nova Place in Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Gecko Robotics develops and operates robots and software to automate infrastructure inspections. Gecko focuses on industrial plant inspections using non-destructive testing technology, which perform safe, fast, and accurate inspections on civilizations' most critical infrastructure. Gecko’s wall climbing robots and inspection teams perform testing for clients across the globe.
“At Faros, we are tremendously excited to have Gecko Robotics sign as a tenant at Nova Place. They are doing incredible work in the field of robotic inspections, infrastructure safety, and related software development,” said Jeremy Leventhal, Managing Partner at Faros. “Faros is proud to be able to partner with them, support their company strategy, and engage in a long-term relationship.”
Offering first-class office space in Pittsburgh, Nova Place provides Gecko Robotics the perfect space and community to call their new headquarters. In addition to doubling the size of their Pittsburgh office, Gecko will benefit from amenities including Pittsburgh’s premier events space, Pittsburgh’s largest coworking space at Alloy 26, on-site workout facility Union Fitness, as well as various restaurants including Federal Galley, Commonplace Coffee, Eco Bistro and City Fresh Pasta.
Gecko joins a list of newly signed tenants as well as long-standing anchor tenants including, Innovation Works, PNC Bank, Matrix Solutions, Confluence, Pittsburgh Technology Council, CoLab 18, and Expedient. Minutes from downtown and all major throughways, Nova Place grants these companies easy access to destinations city-wide.
Gecko’s commitment is great news for the city of Pittsburgh and the region.