Two Garfield Heights Projects will Provide Family-Friendly Units, Amenities
Two adjacent projects in Pittsburgh, PA will replace Pittsburgh Housing Authority (PHA) units razed in 2008 with attractive apartment complexes featuring amenities such as a community building, computer room and tot lot.
The projects are the first two of four phases that on completion will comprise 275 units, replacing 326 public housing units.
Garfield Heights Phase I is a proposed 90-unit apartment complex on 16.64 acres. It will consist of 30 two-bedroom units, 49 three-bedroom units, 10 four-bedroom units and one five-bedroom unit in 36 walk up one- and two-story buildings. Fifty percent of the units will be reserved for public housing tenants. Twenty more will be for low-income tenants with 20 units rented at market rate.
Phase II consists of a 45- unit apartment complex with 25 units reserved for public housing tenants and ten units for low income tenants and ten will be rented at market rate.
Each of the units will offer a fully-equipped kitchen, central air conditioning, carpet, washer and dryer, a patio and alarm system, making them a secure, attractive and convenient choice for individuals and families.