Jim Scalo

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  • Developer Completes Multifamily Conversion Project in Pittsburgh

    Burns & Scalo has completed the redevelopment of the former Goodwill Building at 2600 E. Carson Street on Pittsburgh’s South Side. Dubbed “The Brix at 26”, the $34 million reconversion project is now ready for occupancy and offers 87 market rate apartments, 91 parking spaces and 10,397 square feet of retail space. According to CoStar, 20 percent of the building’s residential units are already pre-leased. Most of the apartments are one-bedroom units, while only a few have two bedrooms. “This project could not have happened without the support of the Mayor and the URA’s active involvement,” said Jim Scalo, President and CEO, Burns & Scalo.

    Pittsburgh 06 February 2013 20:43

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