Whitehall apartment complex sold to New York company
A longtime family-owned Whitehall Borough apartment complex was sold for $11.75 million to a New York-based company, records show.
The Maiden Bridge and Canongate apartments, located off Weyman Road in Whitehall, were sold at the end of last month by members of the Caste family — included under the name Maiden Bridge LP — to Pittsford, New York-based Morgan Communities, under the name Morgan Maiden Bridge LLC.
Representatives from Morgan Communities and Caste Commercial Real Estate did not return multiple calls seeking comment.
A deed recorded in the Allegheny County Department of Real Estate shows the property sale was finalized on Dec. 27. Four parcels of land were sold, including the Maiden Bridge and Canongate apartments and vacant land on Lawnview Drive in Whitehall, documents show.
Longtime owners of the complex included the Maiden Bridge Limited Partnership, formed in 1972 under the name Brightview Joint Venture. Others listed on the deed included the Estate of Mary Danielson, the Estate of Philomena Teodori and members of the Caste family.
The Caste family owns and manages the Caste Village Shopping Center and other properties in the area.
Stephanie Hacke is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-388-5818 or email@example.com.
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