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1014 Fifth Ave. - Former Uniforms USA Building

1014 Fifth Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Property Management: Three Rivers Property Management
(412) 531-1500

Neighborhood: Bluff/Uptown

Located across the street from CONSOL Energy Center and formerly the home of Uniforms USA, the three-story building was renovated into a mixed-use property. It opened in 2014 with the Blue Line Grille sports bar on the first floor, 10 loft apartments on the second and third floors, and the rooftop bar Uptown.

There are one and two-bedroom apartment configurations. Units feature open floor plans, high ceilings, hardwood floors, exposed ductwork, kitchens with stainless steel appliances, and a washer and dryer in the unit. One bedroom units average 1,000 square feet and two bedroom units average 1,700 square feet.

Architect: Jen Bee Design

Developer: Blue Line Capital

Rendering from Pittsburgh Business Times, courtsey of Blue Line Capital 


1135 Penn Ave.

1135 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222


Neighborhood: Strip District

The existing four-story red brick structure was built in 1917. It was originally a poultry and egg shop. The building will be converted into five condominium units that are custom designed by Front Studio Architects and built by construction firm MM Marra.

The first three units to be constructed are full floor units with at least 2,000 square feet of space. The units will feature high ceilings (between 11 and nearly 12-feet), large operable windows, exposed brick walls, and concrete beams. The top floor penthouse unit will have a roof terrace and the units on the 2nd and 3rd floors will have terraces. Each residence will have one indoor parking space assigned and storage in the basement.

Architect: Front Studio Architects

Developer: Front Studio Architects and MM Marra


115 Gross St.

115 Gross St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Neighborhood: Friendship

There are three loft-style units in this development that was completed in 2009 and was previously known as 5000 Penn Ave. Each three-story unit features nine-foot-high ceilings, kitchens with stainless steel appliances, one bedroom and a full bath on the third floor, and half bath on the first floor. Two of the units have garages. Units range from 1,793 to 2,118 square feet.

Architect: Hammer-Mann Designwerks

Developer: Friendship Development Associates



1501 Penn Avenue Apartments - Wholey Building

Wholey Building
1501 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Neighborhood: Downtown - Strip  District

The seven-story New Federal Cold Storage concrete building was built in 1930. In 2008, the Wholey family sold the 330,000 square-foot building to the developer Sampson Morris Group for $2 million. The developer plans to convert the building into 144 apartments by removing one of the two concrete building skins and cutting openings in the windowless structure to create windows and balconies.

At least 100 of the units wil be two-bedrooms averaging 1,200 square feet. One bedrooms will range from 800 to 900 square feeet. Residences will feature 12-foot ceilings and balconies.

Building amenities will include a swimming pool, fitness and community rooms. Plans call for two levels of parking with nearly 200 spaces.


Developer: Sampson Morris Group

Architect: Desmone and Associates


171 S. 15th Street - Former St. Adalbert School

171 S. 15th Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Neighborhood: South Side

The former St. Adalbert School, built in 1898, was converted into a 14-unit condominium in 1995. Units in the three-story building feature open floor plans with 14-foot high ceilings, arched windows, and hardwood floors. There is a 1,600 square foot top floor unit (#301) and a two-story loft unit with 2,600 square feet (#303).

Developer: Unknown