The Clark Building

711 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 • From $109 Per Day
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  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Off Street Parking
  • Fitness Equipment

Property Details

About this property

109Nestled on Liberty Avenue, this statuesque building was erected in the 1920s by MGM owner James Clark. It housed Warner Brothers for a time in a penthouse suite that included a viewing room and eventually came to be known as an enclave for diamond jewelers, many of whom are still thriving on the lower floors of the building! Today, residents come in and out of the ornately decorated corridors, watch baseball games over at PNC Park from the rooftop deck (yes, the view is that good), and simply soak in all the joie de vivre the city offers right outside their door.

Amenities

Brand New One and Two Bedroom Apartment Homes
State of the Art Fitness Center
Rooftop Deck
Granite Countertops
Make Your Home in a Historic Landmark Building
24-Hour Front Desk
Amazing Downtown Location
Stainless Steel Appliances
Pets Welcome
Close to PNC Park, Heinz Field, The Strip District and Cultural District
Boutique hotel-style lobby
Expansive roof deck lounge area

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For a while, Pittsburgh looked like another notch in America's rust belt, where the once-running steel mills and blast furnaces had all but been closed. But thanks to recent prosperity and creative thinking, it's gained a reputation as being one of the more livable cities in the country, with a mass of green hills rising straight up from the Monongahela and Allegheny rivers connected by beautiful bridges. It's more cultured city than a city of 300,000 would suggest, with world-class museums and universities, greenery, and neighborhoods bursting a with lively restaurant and bar scenes.

 

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