PITTSBURGH, PA (November 3, 2021) Today, Mistick Construction and Northside Properties Development Company hosted dignitaries and local leaders to celebrate the reinvigoration of the Cal-Bride neighborhood on the city’s Northside. The event marked the dedication of Cal-Bride Place, the fourth phase of the ongoing redevelopment of 307 units owned by North Side Associates (NSA) located within the historic Northside Neighborhoods of Pittsburgh.
The 30-unit apartment building at the corner of California Avenue and Kirkbride Street, will support and stabilize the existing neighborhood by creating a gateway into the broader Northside area. The facility will also feature a community center available for residents and community members to host events, programs and social services. Six duplexes will be located on the Northwestern portion of the site on Sedgwick Street and Kunkle Avenue and will feature 3-4 bedroom layouts for larger families.
On hand to dedicate the project were State Senator Wayne D. Fontana, State Representative Jake Wheatley, Jr., Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, Mayor William Peduto's Chief of Staff Dan Gilman, City Councilman R. Daniel Lavelle, and Sarah Mistick, Owner and President, Northside Properties Development Company.
“Today, we are celebrating not just the development of more affordable housing in the Northside, but also providing opportunities for our neighbors to build wealth and investment in our neighborhoods. I’d like to thank Mistick Construction and our partners for working with the community on these projects and providing over 307 units- with each unit representing a family that gets to continue to build roots in the Northside for generations to come,” Mayor William Peduto said of the project.
“Cal-Bride Place is a shining example of many different groups coming together to build something special,” said Sarah Mistick, Owner and President, Northside Properties Development Company. “Not only is each unit an affordable home for an individual or family, it’s also the beginning of a new, stronger community.”
The three additional phases of renovation total 265 units of affordable housing located throughout the Northside.
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