Lot 24 opens next to Cork Factory
Lot 24, a 96-unit four-story residential apartment building in the Strip District, has opened with 61 percent of the units leased.
The building is adjacent to the 298-unit Cork Factory, both of which have been developed by the McCaffery Interests Inc. of Chicago and Chuck Hammel, president of Pitt-Ohio, a Pittsburgh trucking company.
MI-Apartment Home, an arm of McCaffery, will manage leasing for both Lot 24 and the Cork Factory.
The new building is smoke-free and welcomes pets. Rents start at $890 for studios, at $1,259 for one-bedrooms and at $1,939 for two-bedrooms. The building is on Railroad Street, between 24th and 25th streets.
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