Field Day at Arsenal Motors is a community that offers a collaborative workplace, a neighborhood café, and diverse programs and activities. From sporting clubs and rooftop gatherings to cooking lessons and thought-provoking events on relevant local and global issues, Field Day is a place to be inspired, cultivate relationships, and achieve a better quality of life.
The Arsenal Motors redevelopment is a joint venture featuring Q Development, the principals of Field Day, One80 Real Estate Services, and Grow Community Development Capital. The building is located in the popular Lower Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh and was originally built as a Ford Motor Company transmission shop.
Building amenities include a rooftop deck, a welcome lobby with grab-and-go food, indoor parking, indoor bike parking and dedicated showers for commuters, plus more. Custom furniture, including the welcome lobby’s reception desk, was created by Bones and All as well as custom vases and planters by Bombabird. Local artists Leah Patgorski, Terry Boyd, and Kelly Tobias created custom textiles for the project that also includes commissioned weaving pieces from The Midnight Weaver.
This project is the first building in the newly formed Lawrenceville National Register Historic District to utilize Federal and State historic tax credits and the first Q project to feature Pennsylvania Enterprise Zone tax credits.Field Day