Centrally located in Pittsburgh’s Cultural District, The renovated Clark Building offers clean, elegant apartments for city dwellers who want to live in the heart of downtown. Strada worked with PMC Property Group to transform this 1920s building, previously known as an enclave for diamond jewelers, into a multi-unit residence. The 23-story building now contains over 200 apartments, and its residents enjoy a restored historic lobby, a fitness center, and a roof deck that boasts grand views of downtown and the North Shore.
The upper floors of the Clark Building were largely vacant before this renovation occurred, with the exception of City Charter High School whose new home a few blocks away was also designed by Strada. The lower floors of the Clark Building house a number of successful retailers, including some of the jewelers who have been there for years.