Welcome to Ollie at northern Boulevard
Located at 29-26 Northern Boulevard, the property is conveniently located above the E, M, and R subway entrance at Queens Plaza and proximate the N, Q and newly extended 7 line, providing just a 10-minute commute to midtown Manhattan and easy access into Hudson Yards. The 43-story residential tower will have more than 470 apartments (a mix of micro and conventional), retail, and parking.
Living with Ollie means complimentary services and added perks, like housekeeping, wifi, premium TV programming, & regular community events - included in your rent.
- Hotel-style housekeeping
- High-speed wifi
- Premium TV programming
- Fresh linen and towel service
- Replenishment of bath amenities from celebrated apothecary brand, Malin + Goetz
Coliving at Baumhaus
Live-in Community Manager
At Ollie, you'll get to know your neighbors while participating in events curated by a dedicated community manager. Driven by our set of core values: Inclusiveness, Sustainability, Discovery and Wellness, our community offers something for everyone - from social mixers and guest lectures to Sunday brunch and sunset yoga.
All Access Social Club Pass
Indulge in Pittsburgh's vibrant arts & cultural scene, nationally-recognized eateries and celebrated sports teams together with your neighbors. Ollie residents have a standing invite to a regular calendar of unique experiences, members-only hot spots, and great perks like complimentary beverages and exclusive discounts to ticketed events.
Baumhaus is conveniently located in Pittsburgh’s neighborhood of Friendship, just minutes from popular destinations. Foodies and shopaholics can explore until their hearts are content, tasting cuisine from all corners of the globe and shopping in a variety of stores within walking distance. And with renowned facilities nearby, it’s easy to ensure that health and wellness are top priorities.
Of course, if you have a more refined cultural palette, do some exploring! Baumhaus is a short distance from major museums and theaters, such as the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the Opera Theater of Pittsburgh, to name a few.