Steelworkers Tower

2639 Perrysville Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15214, USA

Steelworkers Tower

2639 Perrysville Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15214, USA


  • Stories
  • 11
  • Units
  • 79
  • Accessible Units
  • 8

Federally subsidized HUD PAC property


Our community offers one bedroom and studio apartments with equipped kitchens, wall to wall carpeting and air conditioning. Our on-site laundry facility and off-street parking are just a few of the many reasons to consider making Steelworkers Towers your new home.

Nearby Amenities

Bus transportation is at the front of the building
Local grocery stores is on the bus route, 3 miles away
Local major hospital is one mile away
We have local churches within walking distance of our facility


Because of the restrictions of COVID-19, a number of normal services have been deferred.
We still have local food banks coming serval times a week.
We had the local health care services making the vaccine available to residents.

Pet Policy

Pets are welcome. Contact the Community Manager for more information.

Service Coordinator

Cherene McFadden

Hours of Management Office operation:

Monday through Friday
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM


How to Apply

There are several ways to apply for residency.

  1. In-Person Application: Please stop by our Management Office for an application from our staff.

  2. Over the Phone Application Request: Please call our Management Office if you would like an application mailed to you.

  3. Email Application: Please request an application to be emailed to you by filling out the "Inquire about this Property" section with your name, phone, and email. Type your request for an emailed application in the Message box there.

The online application is not available at this moment.
  • Address 2639 Perrysville Avenue
  • City Pittsburgh
  • State/county Pennsylvania
  • Zip/Postal Code 15214
  • Country United States

Contact Information

Ahtaesha Smith (Steelworkers Tower)

Inquire About This Property

Fair Housing complaints about this property should be communicated to the local HUD office at Fort Worth Regional Office of FHEO, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 307 W. 7th Street, Suite 1000, Fort Worth, Texas 76102, Phone (800) 669-9777, TTY (817) 978-5595, Email:

Notice of Right to a Reasonable Accommodation
If you are a disabled individual who requires a change in, or exception to, a rule, policy, practice, or service to have an equal opportunity to use and enjoy our housing you may request this change as a Reasonable Accommodation. Your request can be made by contacting the Community Manager. The Community Manager will discuss the process with you and if necessary assist you in filling out a Reasonable Accommodation Request Form.

Appeal for Applicants Denied Tenancy
If your application is denied you will be notified in writing. The written notice will include:

  1. The reason the application was denied;
  2. State the applicant has the right to respond to the owner within fourteen days of the date of the denial notice to dispute in writing the denial or the applicant can request a meeting to dispute the denial and;
  3. State persons with disabilities have the right to request a reasonable accommodation to participate in the informal hearing process.
If a meeting is requested the meeting will be conducted by a staff person who was not involved in the initial decision to deny admission. Within five business days after receipt of the written response or meeting, the owner will advise the applicant in writing of the final decision on eligibility. If you feel that you have been discriminated against during this application process, please call the EHDOC main office at (954) 835-9200. Dial 711 for Voice Relay Services.

3 Reviews

(5 out of 5)
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    Gioconda Vasquez

    My name is Gioconda Vasquez and I have been a resident at Steelworkers Tower for 1 year. The people are very different from everywhere I have lived, they are wonderful. I have beautiful view from my apartment and the balcony I can see the sky, trees and all the changes of the seasons. I am very thankful to God and this Country for my benefits.

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    Willie Cooper

    My name is Willie Cooper and I have been a resident of Steelworkers tower for 19 years. When I first moved here it was like a vacation home. I have seen good days and some days that weren’t so good. Now I have to stay here because all my friends are here.

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    Duane Lee Hawkins

    My name is Duane Lee Hawkins, I reside at Steelworkers Tower. I lived in other high rises and Steelworkers is the best. They have a very good staff, they are courteous and respectful, they keep the building very clean and they are helpful in all situations.

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