Utilizing historic tax credits, the Century Building is the result of a development collaboration of 33 corporations, foundations, and individuals and is the first truly mixed-income housing project (40% affordable) in downtown Pittsburgh. A ground-level restaurant remains and two floors were renovated for office use by the owner (TREK Development) and other tenants. Unit types and rent-rates are mixed throughout. A geothermal field is located in a vacant easement north of the building that also serves as the site for a bike center. Built from recycled shipping containers, the center provides residents and the public secure, year-round bicycle storage and features a wall graphic that animates the street.