St. Ambrose Manor is handicap accessible and is an Equal Housing Opportunity apartment building. St. Ambrose Manor is a 10-story senior hi-rise apartment building with 101 one-bedroom units in the Spring Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh’s Northside. All apartments have a full kitchen, bath, and living room and are 504 square feet in size. All are wired for HD cable television. Each unit has a full-size balcony, 20-feet long by five feet wide.
The North-facing apartments overlook the quiet residential neighborhood of Spring Hill. The South-facing apartments have a commanding view of the Allegheny River Valley, from Pittsburgh’s Golden Triangle to the west to the Highland Park Bridge to the east.
Two recently modernized elevators serve all floors of the building, which contains the Caligiuri Commons Room for parties and recreational activities, a first-floor lobby, a full laundry, a billiard room, and computer room with free internet access. Individual mail boxes for each apartment are conveniently located between the first floor lobby and the elevators. The on-site managers can be reached seven days a week.
Entry to the apartment building itself is by a Fob Keyless system, monitored by security cameras. Entry to each apartment unit is by a separate key. Guests and workmen can call individual apartments from the front door and be “buzzed in” by residents, who can monitor the lobby entryway on their television sets (Channel 952). Security cameras also monitor the resident’s parking lot and entrance sidewalk.
Weekly activities, ranging from bingo, to a grocery trip, to an exercise class, to a Wii bowling league, are offered throughout the year.
St. Ambrose Manor is certified by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as approved housing for adults over the age of 62 or the mobility impaired. All rent, including utilities, is subsidized based on income.
For more information and a tour of St. Ambrose Manor contact Sister Judith Rotunda, manager, at 412-322-2111 or by e-mail: email@example.com.