McCaffery Awarded Management of Heinz at 950 North Shore

Heinz at 950 North Shore

PITTSBURGH, December 15, 2022 – Effective today, McCaffery Interests’ Property Management division has been awarded the third-party management assignment of Heinz at 950 North Shore (Heinz 950), a 151-unit, multi-family building at 950 Progress Street in the Troy Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh. McCaffery will oversee all management aspects of the property including operations, marketing and resident services.

Owned by Cleveland-based MCM Company Inc. and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Heinz 950 is the adaptive reuse renovation of the H.J. Heinz Service Building, once the “gateway” to the 11-building industrial production complex developed by Heinz. Constructed in 1930 and designed by architect Albert Kahn in the Romanesque Revival style, the Service building was developed solely for the use and enjoyment of Heinz employees and included an auditorium, recreation and educational facilities. The building was converted into a collection of unique 1-and 2-bedroom floor plans in 2016 by MCM Company and Sandvick Architects.

Today, the pet-friendly Heinz 950 offers residents easy access to riverfront trails, a community game room, fitness facilities, bicycle and kayak storage, outdoor courtyard with grilling stations, in-home washers and dryers, expansive windows, and granite countertops, as well as a highly accessible location and astounding views of the Allegheny River, The Strip District, and Downtown Pittsburgh.

 “With our experience in developing and managing adaptive reuse projects, we are very excited to have the opportunity to manage Heinz at 950 North Shore,” said Managing Director of Property Management, Kimberly Williams. “We are looking forward to applying our expertise in exceptional service to the residents of Heinz 950, and its ownership, MCM Company.”

McCaffery has actively developed and managed projects in Pittsburgh since 2004 and Heinz 950 joins the full-service real estate firm’s established project portfolio in the city. Currently, McCaffery owns and manages Encore Apartments in the Cultural District, The Terminal in the Strip District, and 1600 Smallman. Previously, McCaffery developed and managed Lot 24 and Cork Factory Lofts in the Strip District and served as development consultant and property manager for The Yards at 3 Crossings and Coda On Centre.