About 1627 on the Strip
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1627 on the Strip, the old Pennrose Building, was built in 1906 for the Bernard Gloecker butcher supply company. It was the first all-concrete building in Pittsburgh.
Today, the 10-story loft-style building has been fully renovated to preserve its historic features! Located in the heart of the historic strip district, the lofts have spectacular views of downtown, the Allegheny River and the North Side. Residents will be immersed in countless shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Minutes away from downtown Pittsburgh and Lawrenceville the location is almost impossible to beat.
1627 boasts, studio, 1 bed and 2 bedroom lofts. Polished concrete floors, massive picture windows, an amazing rooftop deck, dog run and grooming facility, and covered parking are just a few of the spoils this gorgeous high-rise offers.