Download an application here or stop by our office - 235 Atwood St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

OPDC has redeveloped Allequippa Place and built new construction at 2520 Wadsworth Street to provide more affordable housing options in Oakland. Allequippa Place was one of the first low-income housing tax credit developments in Pennsylvania, and we’re proud to maintain its affordability for years to come. We are now accepting applications for 12 three-bedroom, 13 two-bedroom, and 24 one-bedroom units.  The new building at 2520 Wadsworth Street includes six ADA accessible units and two units with hearing and visual aid accessible adaptions. For more information about the project, read the press release here.

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Allequippa Place

2 and 3 bedroom apartments

 
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2520 Wadsworth St

1 and 3 bedroom apartments

 

All units are 100% affordable; rent is dependent on income. All subsidies are accepted. See the table below for income qualification criteria.

 
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For questions, please contact Jodi Lincoln at 412.621.7863 ext. 10 or jlincoln@opdc.org

The Oakland Affordable Living project is made possible by Low Income Housing Tax Credits from the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency and investments by PNC Bank, the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh, the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and OPDC.