Location: PIttsburgh, PA 15205
Type: Affordable | Multi-family | Independent Senior Living | LIHTC
Construction Cost: $15.3 Million
Number of Units: 46
Completed: March 2024
Client: Tryko Partners
Architect: Perfido Weiskopf Wagstaff + Goettel

Cedarwood Homes, located on the historic site of a former school in the Fairywood neighborhood of Pittsburgh, this new senior living community spans 5 acres and features eleven quads and one duplex, creating a total of 46 units. Designed as a 62+ cottage community, it offers a mix of low-income and market-rate rental units in a single-level, garden-style layout. The wood frame structures are finished with aluminum siding and topped with asphalt shingle roofs. Each unit boasts a full kitchen, complete with a dishwasher, and has a separate, covered entrance.

Residents can enjoy the comfort of hardwood floors, tiled bathrooms, and the convenience of in-unit washers and dryers. Heating and cooling systems are resident-controlled, ensuring personal comfort throughout the year. The community is thoughtfully designed with amenities including front porches, a community room, and supportive services provided by UPMC.

The major site package includes utilities, parking, roadways, and special soil treatment to ensure a safe and accessible environment. With easy access to public transportation, residents can navigate the broader Pittsburgh area with ease. Professional management and 24-hour emergency maintenance services ensure that all needs are promptly addressed, creating a secure and supportive living environment for senior residents.