This project is located in an industrial/market district in the City of Pittsburgh. An existing warehouse structure will be converted into 11 luxury private residences. The project has an inward focused motor court and central boardwalk area for the residents. A typical unit has been design with four bedrooms on two floors, with each having a private courtyard and street terrace. The project will seek LEED Gold Certification, and incorporate sustainable design features such as enhanced storm-water management, salvaged materials, and extensive building re-use.
Pittsburgh Magazine’s 2016 Ultimate House
The 2500 Smallman development has transformed a nondescript 1950s-era Strip District warehouse into 11 spacious city homes that emphasize world-class amenities combined with sustainable concepts, materials and design. This remarkable multimillion-dollar home is open to the public for tours September 9-18. Tour proceeds benefit The Free Care Fund at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
Open for tours this fall: September 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 from 11am-5pm
Tour proceeds benefit The Free Care Fund at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.