Century Building & Bike Center
Conceived of as part of the downtown Pittsburgh Cultural District revitalization program, the Century Building is the result of a development collaboration of 33 corporations, foundations, and individuals. It is the first truly mixed-income housing project (40% affordable) in downtown Pittsburgh.
A ground-level restaurant remains, and two floors above were renovated for office use. Unit types and rent-rates are mixed throughout.
A geothermal field north of the building serves as the bike center site. Built from recycled shipping containers, the center provides secure, year-round storage with graphics that activate the street.
Completed 2012, LEED Gold
Los Angeles, California
Clifford Beers Housing
49 Units, 38,000 SF New Construction + Renovation
AWARDS + RECOGNITION
2012 Urban Land Institute Jack Kemp Workforce Housing Models of Excellence
2012 Builder’s Choice Design and Planning Awards Merit Award
2010 AIA California Council Merit Award
2010 AIA California Council Honor Award
2010 AIA Pittsburgh Historic Preservation Award of Excellence
2010 Pennsylvania Commonwealth Award