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Garfield Commons is a part of Pittsburgh's re-stabilization program and is a major part of the Garfield neighborhood's revitalization. Formerly a blighted "barracks style" public housing development, the new mixed-income development brings vibrancy back into this community and is designed to integrate beautifully into the existing naturally sloped site.
Mistick completed this project in four phases, creating a total of 225 units which include a mixture of townhomes, duplexes and quadplexes as well as some single family units. The unit mix includes two, three, four and five bedroom residences, with many UFAS Compliant units.
The residential palate of exterior finishes include 4" smooth face masonry, cast stone water table, 4" lap vinyl siding, covered porches with circular columns and railing, and asphalt shingle roofs. All units are built to Energy Star Standards.
Mistick Construction also built a 5,000 sq. ft. clubhouse at the entrance to the community, and was responsible for redistributing all site utilities.