Adaptive reuse of the former candy factory next door. The city of Pittsburgh condemned this property in 2007. At roughly 8,000 square feet, the rehab was cost prohibitive. When the city made plans to demolish the building in the Spring of 2013, we purchased it from a neighbor and decided to remove the spaces we couldn't afford. Now, the historic facade has been saved and our new, single family, 3 story home has been nestled inside the existing walls. A courtyard leads to a garage at the rear and the rooftop deck offers a 360 degree view of this amazing city. Stop in for a drink!
Many thanks for the success of this project to our architect and friend John D. Francona, RA, Astorino JFrancona@Astorino.com
Our contractor and friend Dave Menk, Premier Renovations, LLC email@example.com
Our friend and president of the Mexican War Streets Society - Paul C. Johnson. The Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group. The City of Pittsburgh Historic Review Commission. And the City of Pittsburgh Zoning Board of Adjustment.
Top Notch Heating - Bill Reilly • Iron Dog Plumbing - Jim Damokowski • Affordable Electric - David Cherevka