About the Project

Great nurses are the backbone of a great health system, and UPMC has embraced this reality through the establishment of new, modern, and expandible Schools of Nursing and Radiology. 


UPMC reached out in the spring of 2019, as their prior facility was no longer sufficient to their needs.  Focusing on specific economic metrics and geographies, Wish Development presented options then purchased and fully renovated this 23,000 square foot building with a custom layout and technology. 


The result:  the finest School of Nursing physical plant across the UPMC system.



2414 Wilmington Road
New Castle PA


Client Testimonials

We have been with Wish Development since 2012, located in Nesbitt Place. We appreciate the work they have done on this building to make it inviting and professional at the same time.  The management team at Wish Development are very quick to respond and easy to deal with.  Our clients as well as our staff enjoy coming to the building and our office.”

Joyce A. Houck, Licensed Massage Therapy Office

Client Testimonials

I’m grateful for wish development. We started with a bare space and conformed into exactly what we wanted. Easy to work with. Understanding and always helpful. Great people to do business with.”

Mary O’Connor

Client Testimonials

Joseph’s Marketplace has been a tenant at Shenley Square Plaza for over 15 years.   Wish Development does an outstanding job of maintaining and improving the plaza and is extremely responsive to tenant matters. We have developed a great landlord/tenant relationship over the years and hope to continue that relationship for many more years to come.”

Bill Presnar, President - Joseph’s Marketplace, Inc

Client Testimonials

Scott and I are deeply appreciative of your support and effort in helping Hanover Engineering integrate into the local business community. You went out of your way to setup us with a number of lunch meet and greets with local business leaders. You have provided us with business advice and constructive criticism throughout the year.”

Joe Corona and Scott Brow, Hanover Engineering