Architecture & Design - Pittsburgh

  • Doughboy Square Multifamily Complex in Pittsburgh Nears Completion

    The Doughboy Square Apartments, one of Pittsburgh’s new multi-family projects, is scheduled for completion this summer. According to the Pittsburgh Business Times, the 45-unit residential complex is rising on a 19,000-square-foot parcel on Butler Street, in the city’s Lawrenceville neighborhood. Upon completion, the 89,000-square-foot building will also feature a restaurant on the first-floor.

    03 March 2014 16:08
  • Hotel d2 and Cobblestone Plan New Hotels in Connellsville and Millvale

    As part of its Community Hotel Development Initiative, Hotel d2 Services has partnered with Wisconsin-based Cobblestone Hotels LLC to develop two new properties in the Pittsburgh region. According to the Pittsburgh Business Times, a new 54-room hotel is slated to rise in Connellsville, while another 51-room development is planned for Millvalle.

    13 December 2013 16:23
  • Rugby Realty Acquires Iconic Koppers Building in Downtown Pittsburgh

    Rugby Realty has acquired the 34-story Koppers Tower in downtown Pittsburgh from Koppers Building Holdings, Inc. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the New Rochelle, N.Y.-based company paid $17.2 million to purchase the 360,000-square-foot historic building at the corner of Grant Street and Seventh Avenue.

    09 December 2013 15:49
  • More Apartments Planned for the Strip District

    As demand for apartments continues to be strong in the Pittsburgh region, Shadyside-based Schreiber Real Estate is planning the construction of a six-story residential building in the city’s Strip District. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the 59-unit apartment complex will be located at Smallman and 11th streets near the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.

    17 October 2013 04:26
  • Former Cold Storage Facility in Pittsburgh will be Converted to Apartments

    Sampson Morris Group is moving forward with its plans to redevelop the New Federal Cold Storage building in the Strip District into apartments. According to the Pittsburgh Business Times, the Monroeville-based developer has recently briefed the city planning commission on its proposal, which calls for 144 apartments and 158 interior parking spaces.

    12 September 2013 03:15