After the success of Carmel Place, New York’s first micro-apartment development, micro-housing coliving specialist, Ollie, has taken their expertise across the country. In Pittsburgh, Ollie introduced Baumhaus, the city’s first coliving community to cater to a changing demographic.
In the heart of Pittsburgh’s Friendship community, which has a walkability score of 90, Baumhaus offers residents a true live, work, play experience. The 127-unit, seven-story development is comprised of 31 efficiently designed fully furnished micro-studios and shared suites, as well as a mix of one, two and three-bedroom units.
Resource Furniture furnished 24 micro studios with Penelope Sofa wall beds, and 18 co-living spaces with Kali Sofa wall beds, with plenty of cabinetry for extra space saving power! receive a weekly town and linen service and bath amenities. Ollie members will have a regular calendar of events and trips
The building features a lounge for socializing, a communal kitchen, an Urban Window with a full-wall facade and moss garden and a fitness center.
“At Ollie, we don’t view coliving and micro-housing as just for high-cost markets; we think there’s an opportunity for markets where rent isn’t as much a pain point but where the desire for community and on-demand living has equally strong appeal,” said Ollie CEO and co-founder, Chris Bledsoe. “Our all-inclusive model meets the needs of Pittsburgh’s changing demographic: a more social lifestyle, luxury services, and state-of-the-art technology.”