Constructed in 1907, this beautiful vintage 3-story brick building will be home to 31 studio, one- and two-bedroom units, ranging from 255 to 863 square feet. Studios will be priced from the mid-$100,000s, one-bedrooms from the high $200,000s and two-bedrooms from the mid-$300,000s.
Features will include:
- Top-grade appliances (microwave & dishwasher in selected units)
- In-unit washer & dryers
- Granite countertops in kitchen and bath
- Solid fir floors
- Clawfoot tubs
- Pedestal sinks
- Juliet balconies
- Gas fireplaces
- Landscaped courtyard with fountain
- Pet friendly
It doesn’t appear there is deeded parking, though all residents will receive free parking for two years.
Just a couple of blocks away, residents will enjoy easy access to Seattle Center events and dine at Jalisco’s and sip martinis at Tini Bigs.
The Pittsburgh is being redeveloped by Pioneer Properties who’s goal is “reinventing neighborhoods and recycling old homes.” They recently completed work on Queen’s Court which is just across the street from The Pittsburgh. Queen’s Court was redone very well and is affordable for many people.
Additionally, Pioneer Properties is providing a unit, at the same low rental amount, to one of the Queen’s Court’s long-time tenants who couldn’t afford relocation. Not something many other developers would even consider.
VintageSeattle.org’s post on The Pittsburgh.
Update 4/2/07 from Rob Tang of Pioneer Properties:
… we are making a significant investment in improving the infrastructure at the Pittsburgh including electrical, plumbing & sewer, heat, new windows, and significant unit upgrades. About 1/3 of the homes will have parking spaces; for the other 2/3 we will pay for 3 years of parking in the garage across the street.