A building that was once a former meat market will now serve as the new office space for community supportive services under the KBK Foundation. Formerly the Fiore Building it is now known as the Ferlo Building. The space is approximately 1490 square feet and is one of the oldest remaining buildings and most notable representations of Larimer avenues’ connection to its’ Italian Heritage in Pittsburgh. The entire first floor is accessible to persons with disabilities and has been renovated to include a waiting/reception area, open office space for 4-5 staff members, work/copy area, kitchenette, unisex restroom and a conference room. The second floor contains two private office areas.
The building celebrated its grand opening on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 and was dedicated and named after retired Senator Jim Ferlo. The retired Senator has served the public for more than 25 years as a City of Pittsburgh Council Member and President, and a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania State Senator.