, the South Side-based videogame developer is expanding its operations and will move from its space at 2313 East Carson Street this spring, but it won’t be going far — two miles down the road, to be exact.
“We’re going to be in Bessemer Court, which is located in across the street from the main mall area in Station Square,” says Schell spokesperson Jill Sciulli.
The award-winning, local game developer, now entering its 12th
year of business, has occupied its South Side location for the past six years. The new space won’t just be bigger, but more convenient for both Schell’s employees and clients.
“I think the location will be a lot easier for clients to come visit, as well as a bit more accommodating to them. It’s a much more [tourist-friendly] place, and if they spend the night, they’ll have an easier time taking advantage of what Pittsburgh has to offer,” Sciulli says.
Though she couldn’t detail specifications, Scuilli described the new space as consisting of two floors with a mezzanine and large windows
“In terms of creativity, we feel it will allow our employees to explore their creativity and inspire them,” she added.
After the move, Schell will also look to add to its workforce and will add up to 10 new employees later this year. The company currently employs about 100 people.
Writer: Matthew Wein
Source: Jill Sciulli