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Giant Eagle opens new corporate headquarters

Giant Eagle HQ
Giant Eagle's new corporate headquarters.

Giant Eagle has cut the ribbon on its new headquarters building.

Following the initial signing of a lease in December 2023 and several months of preparations, the regional food, fuel and pharmacy retailer has officially moved into a new office building in Cranberry Woods Business Park, located in Cranberry Township, Pa., approximately 20 miles north of Pittsburgh. 

The four-story, 100,000-sq.-ft. building features several amenities for current and prospective employees. Associates working at the headquarters will have access to wellness offerings, including an on-site gym and walking and jogging trails.

Dining options for employees will include both an on-site cafeteria and numerous nearby restaurants. The Cranberry Woods Business Park is located just off Interstate 79 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike, which Giant Eagle hopes will maximize convenience for employees traveling to and from Giant Eagle’s locations throughout its five-state operating region.

Giant Eagle corporate office associates will officially move into the new headquarters this upcoming spring and will operate in a hybrid model with specific days spent in the office and others either working in a remote environment or spending time in the retailer’s  stores and distribution centers. 

"We believe that in-person collaboration is vital to grow our business and forge meaningful connections with our customers and each other," said Giant Eagle CEO Bill Artman. "Our new headquarters will provide a variety of working and meeting spaces that will foster teamwork and creativity to help us continue to think like our customers, anticipating their needs and delivering solutions to make their lives easier." 

Following an April 11 ribbon cutting, Giant Eagle held a viewing of a sculpture in the shape of a tiered cake made entirely from cans provided by Giant Eagle, designed to celebrate the return of associates to the new corporate headquarters. Giant Eagle has provided all of the cans to make the structure. 

The sculpture will remain at headquarters for a few weeks before being moved to The Mall at Robinson to be part of the “2024 CANstruction Pittsburgh” event. Following the event, all of the canned items will be donated to local food banks.

Founded in 1931 and headquartered in Pittsburgh, Giant Eagle Inc. operates 480 stores under the Giant Eagle, Market District, and GetGo banners throughout western Pennsylvania, north central Ohio, northern West Virginia, Maryland and Indiana.

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