Projects

Mistick Construction Company specializes in multi-family dwellings, commercial buidlings, and religious institutions, as well as medical and senior care facilities. View the featured projects below, or browse our portfolio of completed projects.

Featured Projects

  • TYPE
  • Non-Housing
LOCATION
  • Pittsburgh, PA
East End Cooperative Ministry

The building, to be called Community House, will house 15 programs sponsored by the East End Cooperative Ministry. The building will feature a central courtyard, terraces, and a greenhouse, kitchen and dining facilities, 16 shared-suite homeless residence center for men and women, a chapel, a respite care facility, an informal café, administrative offices, and multi-purpose classroom, assembly rooms and small meeting rooms... READ MORE

 

  • TYPE
  • Multi-Family
LOCATION
  • Cleveland, OH
Saint Luke's Manor

Mistick Construction rehabilitated Saint Luke's Hospital, a National Historic Register building, converting it into affordable senior living apartments. Saint Luke's Manor is located near Shaker Square and is easily accessible to downtown Cleveland, shopping, dining and entertainment. Phase 1 of this project included 72 one and two bedroom suites with open floor plans, fully equipped modern kitchens, over- sized windows, high ceilings and walk-in closets. Phase II construction... READ MORE

 

  • TYPE
  • Multi-Family
  • LOCATION
  • Verona, PA
Grandview at Longwood

Overlooking the Oakmont Country Club and the Allegheny River valley, the Grandview sits atop the highest point of the Longwood at Oakmont campus, a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). As part of Presbyterian SeniorCare, a non-profit network of living and care options for older adults and/or persons with disabilities, it is one of their 55 CCRC's throughout Western Pennsylvania. Each of the 89 spacious units has two bedrooms, two full baths, and a balcony or sun room... READ MORE

 

  • TYPE
  • Educational
  • LOCATION
  • Slippery Rock
Slippery Rock University Residence Halls

This project required a re-visioning of the old "college dormitory." In cooperation with the University's vision, Mistick Construction built these residence halls which offer students all the comforts of home. includes a variety of room types, including single, double, and quad occupancy, in addition to suites with kitchens, recreation rooms, group meeting rooms, "theme" rooms, and large kitchens with tables that can be accessed by all students... READ MORE