Giant Eagle Opens New Corporate Headquarters

The new facility brings back 400 employees on a hybrid schedule.

April 15, 2024

Last week, Giant Eagle, the parent company of GetGo, celebrated the opening of its new corporate headquarters in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, the company announced via LinkedIn. The new facility will welcome 400 employees back to the office on a hybrid schedule.

“People who worked in the old building, they were really impressed on how modern the building is and feel like this is a great place they can come and work,” Giant Eagle CEO Bill Artman said. “Some people never worked in an office. I spoke with a team member yesterday who joined in 2020,” Artman told WTAE News.

Giant Eagle corporate office associates will officially move into the new headquarters this upcoming spring and will work in a hybrid model, with specific days spent in the office and others either working remotely or in the retailer’s stores and distribution centers, reported Chain Store Age.

The four-story, 100,000-square-foot building has amenities like an on-site gym, walking and jogging trails and a cafeteria. Giant Eagle said the business park's location just off an interstate highway makes it easy for team members to travel throughout its five-state operating region.

“We believe that in-person collaboration is vital to grow our business and forge meaningful connections with our customers and each other,” said Artman in a news release. “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.”

Giant Eagle also donated $25,000 to Cranberry Township to support Powell Farm, which helps families living below the poverty line.

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.

Terri Micklin, the president of GetGo, spoke with NACS Magazine in 2023 about being a food-first c-store.