Milhaus Breaks Ground on $100M Mixed-Use Development Near Pittsburgh

by Nellie Day

PITTSBURGH — Milhaus Development has broken ground on Phase I of a residential and retail development in Lawrenceville, a suburb northeast of Pittsburgh. The development, called Arsenal 201, will encompass an entire block from 39th to 40th streets.

The first phase will contain 243 apartment units and 19,000 square feet of retail. Development costs will total more than $100 million upon completion.

Arsenal 201 will be situated on the original site of Allegheny Arsenal, which was the largest arsenal in the Union during the Civil War. The name is in homage to the site’s history, with the numbers being the last three digits in the Lawrenceville zip code.

Amenities include Arsenal Alley (a pedestrian walkway), Canteen Resident Lounge, Ammunition Fitness/Wellness Center, a courtyard with hammocks that serves as an outdoor entertainment area called the Fort, and Cannonball Deck and Pool. Arsenal Alley will connect Butler Street to a new one-acre public park and existing riverfront amenities.

The first apartments will be available for pre-lease in summer 2017.

CBRE’s Jason Cannon, Chad Kosanovic and Carey Miklos are handling the retail leasing.

Milhaus Development is an Indianapolis-based developer of multifamily-focused mixed-use properties, specializing in Class A, urban projects.

— Nellie Day

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