Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15241
Type: Multi-family | Nursing Facility | Assisted Living | Market-rate
Construction Cost: $7.2 Million
Square Footage: 53,346 GSF
Number of Units: 73
Completed: August 2005
Client: Sunrise Development, Inc.
Architect: BeeryRio Architects (since merged with Moseley Architects)

Sunrise of Upper St. Clair is a high-end assisted living facility with 73 resident units, including a special needs wing specially designed for residents with Alzheimer's disease and various other memory impairments.

The rocky terrain with limited access at the corner of a busy intersection presented a difficult work site, and Mistick Construction was up for the challenge. Site development was extensive, requiring the erection of three retaining walls to create a buildable site.

The attractive three-story facility is a steel frame and metal deck structure. The exterior finish is 10% brick veneer and 90% Hardie siding. Apartment units boast luxury fixtures and interiors. The facility offers many extra amenities.

"In my more than 30 years of experience, the Mistick team made this one of the smoothest projects of my career.” Said Mark T. Ottinger, Senior Project Architect on the Upper St. Clair Sunrise Project, citing Mistick’s "professionalism, experience, and talent."

"This home is well constructed; the contractor has completed high quality work throughout this home. Sunrise Senior Living and BeeryRio Architects appreciate this effort and consider this home to be a positive asset to Sunrise Senior Living." said Tim Danforth from BeeryRio Architects.