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Schenley Apartments

Schenley Apartments

This historic Schenley Apartments (former Schenly High) are ready for their second act. Gone are the manual pencil sharpeners and banks of lockers replaced with a dose of luxury 1 & 2 bedroom lofts (many bi-level units) with soaring ceilings/huge windows and over the top amenity offerings.  All in the heart of Oakland’s historic Schenley Farms and steps to universities.

The Neighborhood Highlights: 

  • Coffeeshop: Starbucks (5 blocks)
  • Watering Hole: Butterjoint (3 blocks)
  • Ordering Dinner In: Tamarind (2 Blocks)
  • Weekend Hangout: The Cafe Carnegie and Carnegie Museum of Art (5 blocks)
  • Date Night: Friday night at Phipps Conservatory (7 blocks)
  • Grocery Store: Market on Forbes (8 blocks) or East Liberty for Whole Foods/Trader Joe’s (short drive)
  • Transit Options:
    • Bus Lines: 61, 71, 28X, 54, 93
    • Bikeshare station: 2 blocks
    • ZipCar: 2 blocks


Schenley Apartment Unit Features:

  • 1 & 2 bedroom apartments some with lofted bedrooms
  • Original schoolhouse details like hardwood flooring & chalkboards
  • Modern kitchens with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, under-mounted sinks, and breakfast bar
  • Luxury bathrooms with subway tiled glass-doored showers
  • In-unit washer and dryer
  • Massive windows and ceiling heights with ample natural light
  • Amazing views of Oakland


Additional Amenities at Schenley Apartment:

  • Historically restored details throughout
  • Movie theater
  • State-of-the-art fitness center with  Peloton Cycle® Studio, basketball court and Bocce court
  • Resident lounge with billiards, ping pong, and more
  • Two, fully-furnished outdoor resident decks
  • Hallway lounges on every floor
  • On-site parking
  • Pet friendly
  • 24-hour maintenance


Schenley Apartment Neighborhood Details

  • Located within the National Historic District of Schenley Farms
  • Within blocks to University of Pittsburgh, UPMC, Carlow University and under a mile to Carnegie Mellon University
  • Five-minute walk to S. Craig, Forbes and Atwood business districts lined with cafes, restaurants and neighborhood amenities.