HISTORY & SIGNIFICANCE
Built in 1891, The MaGinn Building, was constructed in the Richardsonian Romanesque style by Charles Bickel. Over the years the Maginn building has served as the home to many Pittsburgh businesses.
Today it remains one of the last surviving downtown period commercial warehouses.
Adding to its charm and peculiarity is its unique 19th century structural style. Built as a high-rise and constructed of timber framed floors with traverse box girder riveted beams- it is truly a Pittsburgh structure to be proud of.
Coming Spring 2023
With a 10-year Enhanced Tax Abatement, each 2,400 sq. ft. residence boasts 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, but each has its own unique signature to fall in love with...
Call/email Christian to schedule your private tour of The Maginn