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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 


1100 Smallman St.

1100 Smallman St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Neighborhood: Strip District

The developer Shreiber Real Estate plans to construct a six-story apartment building with 59 rental units on the top five floors. The project will incorporate an existing building and expand with new construction for a total of about 60,000 square feet.

There will be 44 one-bedroom units and 15 two-bedroom units, all with one bathroom each. Each residence will feature open floor plans, balconies, and kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.

Building amenities include an exercise room, terrace with a fire pit and barbecue, and community room. There will be a green roof above the parking structure.

The project is expected to be completed by Spring 2015.

As of October 2013, the rents were expected to range between $1,400 and $1,800 per month.

Architect: Front Studio Architects

Developer: Schreiber Real Estate


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


201 Stanwix Street

201 Stanwix St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

(412) 584-4072


Neighborhood: Downtown - Golden Triangle

Formerly known as the Bell Telephone Building, the original 12-story building was completed in 1957 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The original architect was Dowler Calvert & Associates. Conversion of the building into 158 apartments was completed in 2011. The first four floors is occupied by City Charter High School.

The apartments are located on the 5th through 12th floors. There are eleven unique floor plans. One and two bedroom units feature hardwood floors, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Building amenities include a fitness center.

Architect: Varenhorst

Developer: PMC Property Group


2607 Murray Ave. - Former Poli's Restaurant

Former Poli's Restaurant
2607 Murray Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Neighborhood: Squirrel Hill

The developer ACTION-Housing is proposing demolish the former Poli's Restaurant and build a new seven-story mixed use building. Plans call for offices on the first two floors and 32 apartments above.

Poli's Resetaurant closed in 2005 after a family legal dispute. A previous development plan from Cambridge Venture partners to develop a hotel, restaurant, retail, and 20 condominiums was dropped in 2010 when financing fell through.

In 2013, ACTION-Housing purchased the property and presented it's plans for Planning Commission approval in July 2014. Demolition isn't planned to start until early 2015.

Architect: Forty Eighty Architects

Developer: ACTION-Housing