Built as part of the Chatham Center Complex in 1964, Chatham Tower was part of Pittsburgh’s Renaissance – which changed the Smoky City into a thriving modern city center. The complex was designed by architect William Lescaze, known for his modern international style. Chatham Tower was originally built as luxury rental apartments-one of the first residential buildings in the newly revitalized downtown area. In 1981 the Tower was converted to condominiums which originally contained 180 units ranging in size from 514 to 1200 square feet. Numerous units have been enlarged by combining two or more units and the building now boasts units as large as 3600 square feet. A recent interior renovation, as well as a new roof and redesigned outdoor spaces, has kept Chatham Tower a vital and vibrant part of the downtown scene. In the past 6 years, the Association has invested over two million dollars in improvements to the facility.
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