A PHLF facility that aims to educate, empower and foster the sharing of resources and experiences on aspects of home ownership, restoration and maintenance.
The second phase of house restoration in Wilkinsburg is a $1 million renovation of three houses— 517 Jeanette Street, 833 and 845 Holland Avenues— that started in 2010.
The restoration of the Wilson building, together with the Crescent Apartment building in the historic Hamnett Place neighborhood represent one of the largest housing restoration projects in Wilkinsburg.
The restoration of the Crescent Apartment Building at the corner of Rebecca and Kelly Avenues and the Wilson House on Jeanette Street represent one of the largest reinvestment projects in Wilkinsburg in recent years.
A row of historic townhouses at 1404-1414 Juniata Street in Manchester was acquired for redevelopment by the Manchester Citizens Corporation thanks to a $349,000 loan by Landmarks Community Capital Corporation, a subsidiary of PHLF.
The Landmarks Housing Resource Center offers workshops and seminars on home ownership, restoration, do-it-yourself work, cost-effective tips on green initiatives, and discussions on neighborhood and community development.
Here, is an extensive online resources library with links to useful information on all aspects of house restoration and maintenance, city and municipal building codes, green initiatives and energy efficiency, and other best practices.
This section touches on restoration of old or historic homes. It includes links to information specific to the Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania region. Also included are resources on the research of house histories.
Learn more about three beautifully restored houses available for sale by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation in Wilkinsburg— part of the Phase II house restoration in Hamnett Place, a National Register-listed historic district.
See our upcoming events and a calendar of scheduled workshops/seminars and other events.