The Peak at Scotts Lane contains four multi-family structures, four stories each, with a total of 220 dwelling units. The master plan branches from an existing shared drive that extends through the adjacent parcel to Henry Avenue in order to create a centralized pedestrian and vehicular thoroughfare.
Parking is provided at a one-to-one ratio, with spaces under each building and additional surface parking to the south to form a buffer between the development and the neighboring rail line. Pockets of outdoor spaces, shared amenities, and roof deck access encourage social engagement across buildings. Each component aims to provide a series of pedestrian scaled experiences that are in tune with the context of the local neighborhoods.
|Zoning||Residential & Commercial|
|Client||Stamm Development Group|
"We think 220 homes for people is a much better use of this land than a surface parking lot... An old proposal for this lot entailed 92 residential units and 146 parking spaces. The current iteration looks like a much better project."
220 Units Planned on Border of Allegheny West & East Falls Rising Real Estate
"In June of 2019, plans were set to go for 92 townhomes in that big parking lot off Scotts Lane, by the railroad tracks... Scratch that! We’re now getting 220 apartments— four separate 4-story buildings with ground-floor parking."
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