Your Next Apartment: What’s Opening This Spring in Pittsburgh
On the hunt for your next Pittsburgh apartment? Well in the next couple months look for a slug of heavy hitting contenders join the list of perennial favorites like The Foundry, Penn Garrison and Eastside Bond. And these newcomers aren’t messing around; the days of the basement gym with a couple treadmills are over. Instead, look for resort-style pools, Alexa powered blinds, rooftop fire pits, on-site spin studios and much more. And whether you are looking for Lawrenceville or the North Side, we have the perfect spot waiting for you.
Coda on Centre. If walking out of your door to zip over to Whole Foods for dinner stuff or a lazy stroll for coffee or a cocktail at the Ace Hotel sounds good to you, then this new construction on Centre Ave is the perfect fit. Located at the crossroads of Shadyside/East Liberty/Friendship, every day is a new adventure pending on which way walk. Stepping inside, look for sleek units with complete with private balconies. Opening March.
1627 on the Strip. When we think about the Strip District, we think industrial lofts. And this landmark building on 16th St plays the part well. Polished concrete floors, 18’+ ceilings with double stacked windows and open floor plans all come standard as does one of the best city views from the 10th-floor rooftop with firepit and party suite. Opening February.
Kaufmann’s Grand on Fifth. This iconic Downtown building’s conversion to apartments, a hotel and retail is definitely one the most anticipated openings of spring. And for good reason. PGHers have been waiting for life to come back to the former flagship department store for years. But once you step inside, you will understand that it has been worth the wait. The list of amenities reads more like an all-inclusive resort; rooftop infinity pool with cabanas, room service, zen rooms with massage chairs, a rooftop tennis court and running track. All this and we haven’t even talked about the units yet, which will be powered by Alexa technology for everything from blinds to your bathroom TV. Opening March.
Edge 1909. If you have been wondering what has been going up along the riverfront in the Strip District, we have the answer. And the massive 364-unit complex is pulling out all the stops with a riverfront pool & patio, a bocce court, two-story fitness studio, 5th floor lounge (kitchen, dining room, deck with fireplace), units with river & city views and more. Opening late spring.
The Bradberry. Joining its next-door neighbor and sister property, Masonic Hall Apartments these North Side units offer historic elements like original exposed brick walls along with modern finishes like gourmet kitchens. Sweetening the deal are neighborhood amenities like the Mattress Factory, Allegheny Common Park, Alloy 26 and brand new food hall Federal Galley (seen above). Opening early Spring.