Brickworks is a proposed 300,000 SF by-right residential development set on 3.5 acres across two city blocks at the center of Pittsburgh's vibrant Strip District neighborhood. Purchased by McCaffery in 2020, plans for the currently vacant site include 228 newly constructed, amenity-rich luxury apartment units and 60 for-sale townhomes and condominiums.
Bordered by 21st Street, Smallman Street, 23rd Street and Railroad Street, and neighbor to the historic St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, Brickworks will take advantage of the unparalleled commercial and residential growth happening in the Strip District. Multiple technology companies have established innovation centers within less than a half-mile of the Brickworks site, which has driven demand for office, multi-family, hotel and entertainment options in the area.
The Brickworks site is also adjacent to the retail, entertainment and dining options available at McCaffery’s recently renovated Terminal building and 1600 Smallman projects, which will serve as additional amenities for Brickworks residents. In addition, Brickworks neighbors The Cork Factory and Lot 24, two former industrial buildings restored and redeveloped into luxury apartments by McCaffery in 2006 and 2012, respectively.
- 3.5 acres in Pittsburgh's Strip District
- 300,000 SF by-right development
- 228 proposed luxury multi-family rentals across two identical buildings
- 60 proposed for-sale townhomes and condos
- Adjacent to multiple McCaffery projects