Sep 10, 2017

Pittsburgh's Market Reflects Changing Times and Demographics

Author: Evan Pattak

Also in the works is a community called Pinnacle at Adams, which Traditions of America is developing in Butler County. The Radnor-based company already has built several successful local adult communities, including Sewickley Ridge and Summer Seat, in Allegheny County, but Pinnacle at Adams will offer homes beginning at $350,000 that are a little larger and offer such natural amenities as outdoor fitness stations an an on-site pond for kayaking and canoeing. Says Janette Hawkins, Traditions of America Marketing Director:

"We think people have been waiting for an opportunitiy like this, where they have a little more space but still have low maintenance. Pinnacle will appeal to those people who like to be outdoors and have those amenities right within their community.

Pittsburgh has been a very good market for Traditions. We're definitely planning on a couple more projects out there."