Locomotive lofts in Pittsburgh gets approval


The city Urban Redevelopment Authority board Thursday approved $900,000 in financing for a 34-unit apartment building on Harrison Street in Lawrenceville.

The Locomotive Lofts will be developed from a renovation and expansion of a four-story vacant building that was a nursing home until 10 years ago. Previously, it was a property of HK Porter, a company that made compressed air locomotives.

Locomotive Development proposes doubling the size of the 20,000-square-foot building into one- and two-bedroom apartments to rent at a market rate of $1,115 and $1,860.


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