Pinnacle Development, Inc. was established in 1989. Since then we have successfully completed a wide array of commercial, residential, and institutional construction projects, including stand-alone bank buildings, branch improvements, tenant build-outs, medical offices, and any and all exterior and interior improvements. We rely completely on referrals from our customers and associates for repeat and future projects insuring complete satisfaction.

We provide general contracting and construction management services which can be a cost-effective opportunity providing our clients with an open book cost approach to deliver a high quality product satisfying our clients expectations.

Daniel M. Damato, President, is involved in the concept, design, bidding, budgeting and construction scheduling. Previous to starting Pinnacle Development, Inc., he was involved in the revival of Printers Row in the early 1980's. Working with the Architect Owners in the planning, design and budgeting of three high rise rehabilitations, they now anchor the historic Printers Row neighborhood.

The Pope Building was a 13-story printer's building that was gutted and remodeled into 100 rental apartments. The historical façade was repaired and windows duplicated according to the guidelines of the National Historic Preservation Department.

The Moser Building was next in line and was a 9-story printer's building remodeled into 80 loft apartments.

The Franklin Building, located in the center of the historic Dearborn Station, was remodeled into loft condominiums.