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Dinwiddie Street and Miller School Lofts

Pittsburgh, PA

Multi-Family Housing

$22,338,598


Client:
TREK Development Group
Architect:
Rothschild Doyno Collaborative
Use:
Historic renovation of a school into multi-family housing and new, urban infill housing units

KEY DETAILS

  • Phase I
    • New construction of a six unit apartment building with two bedroom units
    • 14 new and 3 remodeled townhome units, each with three bedrooms
    • Two townhome units are fully accessible and one is designed for the hearing and visually impaired.
    • Demolition of existing structures was included in the site preparation
  • Phase II
    • New construction of two three-story row homes reusing the existing stone façade
    • New construction of two three-story duplexes, a seven unit building consisting of four two-story townhomes,  three flats and a community room with a fenced in courtyard
    • New construction of 10 units of flats with a second level walk-up unit
  • Phase III
    • A 1920’s addition to Miller School that housed the cafeteria, auditorium and gymnasium was converted into eight loft apartments
    • As many of the original details, such as auditorium moldings and the gymnasium floor with striping, were preserved
    • Lofts feature double height spaces, high ceilings, stainless steel appliances and Corian countertops
    • 18 new townhome units along Heldman Street in the Hill District Neighborhood.

Special features:

  • The Miller School Lofts portion of this project was featured by the Pittsburgh Historic & Landmarks Foundation in “Memories from Miller”
  • Dinwiddie Street Housing units are built to meet Energy Star standards, incorporating high efficiency and alternative energy strategies
  • Systems include independent heating pumps, solar panels and geothermal HVAC systems

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