JHF is Moving to a New Office

Staff make their way to our new office in the EQT Plaza.

After almost 30 years in Centre City Tower, the Jewish Healthcare Foundation (JHF) is moving a few blocks around the corner to the EQT Plaza in downtown Pittsburgh. The planning for this transition had been in the works for some time, and then the pandemic presented a unique opportunity to rethink the Foundation's space and location and ultimately make the move.

Our home in Centre City Tower created countless memories and initiatives, the collaborative and multipurpose QIT Center, and a beautiful Japanese roof garden. Mountains of history occupy closets, desks, and display cases that are now in transition. The move has offered an incredible opportunity to reflect on all that has been accomplished over the past three decades. Centre City Tower has been our home since we began our work back in 1991, and it offered an adaptable space to convene leaders to influence healthcare visions and decisions in our region and beyond. But as we look to the future, in a healthcare world ravaged by COVID-19, we look forward to having a new vantage point to carry out our mission.

It is not yet clear when staff will begin to work out of the new space, but beginning in mid-June, JHF will begin to operate with the new office in the EQT Plaza as the home base.

Someday soon we hope to have you into our new office. In the meantime, we will share photos as the space is completed and staff begin to occupy the new offices. 

Karen Feinstein packs up her office after almost 30 years in Centre City Tower.
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