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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



151 First Side

151 First Side
151 Fort Pitt Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

(412) 434-0499


Neighborhood: Golden Triangle - Downtown, located between First Ave. and Fort Pitt Blvd.

First SideThe 18-story condominium building, with brick masonry and glass exterior finishes, has 78 condominium units (several of the original 82 units were combined). One to three-bedroom units range from 1,000 to 3,400 square feet of living space. Units feature a minimum of nine-foot high ceilings, open kitchen layout, carpeted floors, and a balcony and/or terrace. There are two penthouse units. Building amenities include concierge service, fitness center, business center, 24-hour security, garage parking, and bicycle storage.

Designed by Indovina Associates Architects. Groundbreaking on what was formerly a parking lot took place in May 2005. The condo was completed July 2007.

Original pricing started just over $200,000 to $1.7 million for a penthouse unit.

Design: Indovina Associates Architects

Developed by Ralph A. Falbo Inc., EQA Landmark Communities, and Zambrano Corporation.

Sales by Coldwell Banker.


2419 Smallman St.

2419 Smallman St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Neighborhood: Strip District

Solara Ventures, the developer of Otto Milk Building, is proposing to renovate an existing five-story red brick former warehouse building to create 35 to 40 condos. Most of the units will be two-bedroom units. The building will have 45 to 50 parking spaces.

Developer: Solara Ventures


2500 Smallman

2500 Smallman St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

(724) 413-4663


Neighborhood: Strip District

A one-story brick warehouse building is being converted into 11 residential townhomes for sale with three to five bedroom floor plans. The two or three-story units range in size from 3,410 to 5,380 square feet. Each residence can be customized and features exterior decks, heated floors, and luxury kitchens with commercial stainless steel appliances. Garage parking is included. Building amenities include a community room and fitness center.

Construction started in May 2014 and is expected to open the summer of 2015. Starting prices announced during construction is $1.2 million and up.

Architect: Desmone & Associates Architects

Developers: Chuck and Kristen Hammel