Coming January 2018: Modern Apartments in an Historic Building!
TREK Development Group, and its partner, Q Development, took possession of the Bradberry Building in May 2017. Since then, they have been hard at work transforming it into Bradberry Garden that will house spacious one and two-bedroom apartments conveniently located in the heart of Allegheny City Central.
Located at the corner of Reddour and Eloise Streets, the four-story Renaissance Revival apartment building was designed around 1905 by prominent Allegheny City / Pittsburgh architect, Frederick Osterling, who also designed Osterling Flats in Brighton Heights, Allegheny High School on Arch Street, his office and studio at 228 Isabella Street, the Union Trust Building in Downtown Pittsburgh, Armstrong Cork Building in the Strip District (now Cork Factory Lofts), among many others. William T. Bradberry, President of the Anshutz-Bradberry Stove Company, located in Allegheny City, owned the building. By 1910, the apartments were rented primarily by white collar workers born in Pennsylvania, Ohio, England, Ireland, and Magyar.
Bradberry Garden will remain a 16-unit apartment building, with significant upgrades to bring the building into the 21st century. Upgrades include new apartment layouts, accessibility and entrance upgrades, the addition of an elevator, and the stabilization and reconstruction of the severely deteriorated rear wall of the building.
The apartments in Bradberry Garden will be available January 2018. If you, or someone you know, is interested in becoming our new neighbor as a resident of Bradberry Garden, or would like to learn more, you can contact Rachel DeVenney, Assistant Property Manager, by calling 412-688-7200 Ext 1013. You can keep up to date with what’s happening with the Bradberry Garden development project by visiting https://bradberrygarden.tumblr.com/.