Walnut on Highland and The Penn

Walnut on Highland & The Penn

Walnut on Highland & The Penn

Walnut on Highland & The Penn

Walnut on Highland & The Penn

Walnut on Highland & The Penn

Walnut on Highland & The Penn

Walnut on Highland & The Penn

Walnut on Highland & The Penn

An Incredible Historic Renovation

To an Iconic Building in East Liberty.

Walnut on Highland and The Penn were two separate development projects that make up a single apartment community with multiple buildings. In 2012, Walnut Capital bought the neglected 13-story historic Highland building in East Liberty and rehabilitated the treasure into 116 apartment units with historic preservation measures in place. In 2016, phase two was complete when The Penn, a new six-story building wrapping the corner of Penn and S Highland Avenue, welcomed residents to 78 apartment units on upper floors and restaurant and retail tenants in the ground-level spaces.
East Liberty

121 S Highland Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Project Size

Project Size

206,177 SQ FT
 
Construction Duration

Construction Duration

2014 - 2016
Types of Spaces

Types of Spaces

  • 194 Residential Apartment Units
  • 21,208 SQ FT Amenity Space
  • 220 Parking Spaces
Collaborators

Collaborators

Strada
PJ Dick
East Liberty Development, Inc.

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Walnut Capital Will Preserve Two Historic East Liberty Storefronts

Walnut Capital has agreed to save two historic Penn Avenue facades as part of its plans for a new 78-unit apartment project in East Liberty. The Shadyside developer will incorporate the terra-cotta storefronts into the design of the new $14 million, six-story building on Penn.

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