To welcome new residents and mark the completion of construction, Crescent Court Condominiums
hosted an open house on April 27-29th. The $9.4 million project has sold 21 of its 36 units.
“Three-fourths are from the Pittsburgh area, and of that, ten percent are coming into the city from suburbs. The rest are from places outside the region. We have many older couples, working people associated with Oakland, and a very large group of middle-aged, single women,” says Craig Dunham with The Rubinoff Company
. “Now that the building is visible, sales are moving. As people move in, it’s not abstract anymore.”
Designed by Perfido Weiskopf Wagstaff + Goettel Architects
and built by Mistick Construction, the three-story, 87,000 square-foot Crescent Court features one-, two- and three-bedroom condos ranging in size from 1,100 to 1,860 square feet. Units, which have sold for between $299,000 and $489,000, feature large solariums. “We hope they’re perceived as very generous, gracious floor plans,” says Dunham. LaQuatra Bonci Associates
completed master planning and landscaping.
Developed by Ralph Falbo, Inc.
and Pennrose Properties
, Crescent Court is the latest addition to Summerset at Frick Park
, a project of Summerset Land Development Associates and the URA
. Adjacent to Squirrel Hill, the 200-acre project includes 200 single-family houses, town homes, rental apartments and condos. When completed, it will feature 700 units, and the addition of 100 acres to Frick Park.
“There’s a diversity of housing types. Streets are interconnected with no cul-de-sacs, garages are in the back, the houses are uniformly set back 20 feet, and small parklets are interspersed throughout,” says Dunham, of Summerset’s New Urbanist approach.
Writer: Jennifer Baron
Source: Craig Dunham, The Rubinoff CompanyImage courtesy of Summerset at Frick Park