Schreiber Real Estate

  • Oxford Development Plans 299-Unit Apartment Community in the Strip District

    A 299-unit apartment complex is slated to rise on the Allegheny riverfront in Pittsburgh’s Strip District. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oxford Development Co. is proposing the construction of a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units on four acres of land between 26th and 27th streets.

    Pittsburgh 02 December 2013 17:19
  • More Apartments Planned for the Strip District

    As demand for apartments continues to be strong in the Pittsburgh region, Shadyside-based Schreiber Real Estate is planning the construction of a six-story residential building in the city’s Strip District. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the 59-unit apartment complex will be located at Smallman and 11th streets near the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.

    Pittsburgh 17 October 2013 04:26

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