To service the growing demand from nearby hospitals, universities, and tech companies for quality housing, Coda on Centre consists of 175 varied unit styles in 127,000 square feet. Over 9,000 square feet on the first floor includes community-building activation spaces such as a fitness center, Club Room, and Game Room, adding to the overall living experience at this urban address.
“The Yards” draws inspiration for its name from its former use as a trucking terminal and rail yard. This brownfield development merges that past with its waterfront location by providing lush green space along the riverfront for residents to enjoy. The LEED Gold development encourages sustainable living and fosters active lifestyles.
Hot Metal Flats is the most commuter-friendly luxury apartment building in the SouthSide Works neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The LEED Silver building incudes 117 apartment units and amenities that support sustainable living and encourage active lifestyles.
Designed to be reminiscent of a prairie-style home, this organic design presents a unified aesthetic inside and out, with strong relationship to the site. Supported by Maryland Ledge Rock, the low pitched roof with broad overhangs provides passive solar protection and a horizontal emphasis.