The Carlyle is among the most beautifully renovated condos in the city of Pittsburgh.
With its curved edge corner at the intersection of Fourth and Wood streets, Downtown, the neoclassical, gray granite building still cuts a striking figure more than 100 years after it was built in 1906. Designed by noted architect Benno Janssen of MacClure & Spahr for Union National Bank.
In 2006, E.V. Bishoff Company converted The Carlyle into condominiums with a total of 60 units. David Bishoff, president of the company, wanted to create the best downtown high rise living experience in Pittsburgh- one that was not built by production builders, but what other major metropolitan areas have enjoyed for generations.