The Ohringer Building is now leasing!
An artist is a person who is regularly engaged in a creative endeavor. You do NOT need to generate any income from the arts. Artist shall be defined as:
1. A person who works in or is skilled in any of the fine arts, including but not limited to painting, drawing, sculpture, book art, and print-making.
2. A person who creates imaginative works of aesthetic literature, costume design, photography, music composition and architecture.
3. A person who creates functional art, including but not limited to jewelry, rugs, decorative screens and grates, furniture, pottery, toys, and quilts.
4. A performer, including but not limited to singers, musicians, dancers,actors, and performance artists.
Applications will be reviewed on a first come, first served basis and the following are the steps:
1. Prepare and submit both a Residential Application and Artist Questionnaire by mail to:
Attn : Management Office
Ohringer Arts of Braddock
305 7th Street,
Braddock PA 15104
2. If it appears you are within the legally required income limits, an initial interview will be conducted. We anticipate scheduling those meetings within two (2) weeks of the application.
The Artist Selection Committee (ASC) will initially be made up of Braddock community members, stakeholders, and local artists. The ASC will be consulted for those applicants that fall in the grey area in confirming artist status.
There are six (6) efficiency units and thirty-one (31) one bedroom units.
The average average one bedroom is 665 sq ft and the average efficiency is 466 sq ft.
Applicants must meet the minimum and maximum income requirements outlined below at the time of final certification for occupancy in the Ohringer. Outlined by the state agency- Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA) https://www.phfa.org/-additional details will be discussed at time of application.
The Ohringer is an affordable housing property governed by Low Income Housing Tax Credit. The rents are established by state agency -Pennsylvania Housing Financial Agency (PHFA) and released annually basedon factors established by HUD-https://www.phfa.org/. Rents will be discussed at time of application based on verified calculations of income. Additional questions please called Office at 412-271-ARTS(2787).
TREK Development Group weaves our innovative and collaborative development approach into the Property Management operations. We foster an aspirational, human-centric operating culture that strives to create co-investment of the quality of life in the community among the owners, staff and residents, we work towards the triple aim of TREK’s mission: Create Value, Enhance Lives and Strengthen Communities
Resounding yes. Senator John Fetterman still maintains his home and family in Braddock and has a long commute to Harrisburg as needed. His wife, Giselle Fetterman, remains extremely active in the day-to-day betterment of Braddock.
There is a newly paved well-lit parking lot of 40 spaces immediately behind the building and adjacent to the entrance for Ohringer residents.
The 2,000 square-feet space is available to the residents of Ohringer FREE OF CHARGE for a certain period of time to determine and implement what is in the best interests of the residents and the community. There will be certain guidelines that the residents will have to comply with in formulating and effectuating their plans.
Public transit access at The Ohringer site is some of the most robust in the region. The bus stops at Braddock and 7th Ave are the gateways to 3 key transit routes: the 61A, the 61B and the 59 Mon Valley. These three routes provide critical connections to food and jobs at the Braddock Hills and the Waterfront shopping centers, as well as to adjacent communities including Swissvale, Edgewood, Wilkinsburg, Homestead, Duquesne and McKeesport. Moreover, the 61A and 61B bus lines run very frequently, arriving every fifteen minutes during rush hour and connect Braddock directly to the East Busway, Oakland and Downtown.
There is a Giant Eagle approximately 2 miles away along Yost Blvd in Forest Hills. There is also currently a Mobile Giant Eagle truck market that sells products weekly only a few blocks away. In addition, there is a convenience store within two blocks walking distance from The Ohringer.
Please email any questions you may have to email@example.com and a member of our team will promptly respond to your inquiry.
(Yes. There are 4 accessible units including 2 units for hearing and visually impaired, and 3 supportive housing units at The Ohringer.
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