The new building is designed as an entrance to the Strip District with lots of amenities for attracting talent, not to mention great views.
“I remembered when I was a kid that it was a building where people bought tomatoes. I knew I wanted it to be a place again where food mattered.”
Waterfront Place Townhomes to add more life between Produce Terminal and Allegheny River in the Strip
Laurel Communities' 47 townhomes in seven buildings are designed to reflect the Strip's architecture and preserve pedestrian access to the river.
A new Smallman Street site will offer coffee, tea, wine, beer, light food, pastries and deli meats and cheeses in a place designed for inclusiveness.
With its eclectic shops and restaurants and turn-of-the-century buildings awaiting restoration, the Strip is prized property right now, attracting more than just visitors. Million-dollar condos, luxury apartments, office buildings and a parking garage are newly built or nearing completion. Other sizable projects will start soon.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, DiAnoia's offers a great alternative in the Strip with a coffee bar, creative drinks menu and a whole lot of food options.
What is surprising is the project’s design by the team at Desmone Associates Architects as a mini-community facing inward around a shared courtyard and boardwalk.
Park will have trails, public plazas, lots of open space in a neighborhood seeing some of the fastest growing residential development in Pittsburgh.
The Yards welcomed its first residents with plenty more to follow for the 300-unit building on the Allegheny River.
Welcome back to this jubilant party that brought 15,000 Pittsburgh's downtown to play! And this time, organizers expect 5,000 more revelers.