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"We had the pleasure of living in the Penthouse throughout 2020 and 2021. It was a beautiful space and provided every comfort. Janet and Charlie are so very nice and thoughtful, and they quickly engaged to ensure that it was virtually carefree living. The neighborhood is filled with friendly people and the restaurant below the Penthouse is superb. You can have your choice between elegant entertaining and a quiet evening at home. The very high ceilings and brick walls continued to make the apartment feel special, even after months of lockdown during the pandemic. With the theaters back in operation, there is no better location than the Penthouse." -John
"Anyone who gets the opportunity to live at Starloft is in for a treat. The space is beautiful and open, while remaining cozy inside downtown Pittsburgh. You must take advantage of the location near the cultural district for entertainment and dining. The open floor plan made it especially nice to stay home to cook dinner and watch a movie. While the location and top class interior finishes are great, the best part of Starloft is Janet and Charlie. They were always readily available if there was any issue. They made us feel like family. We will miss them as much as the apartment." -Tim & Heidi
"I was a resident in both the Star Loft and Sky Loft for 2 ½ years; both apartments are beautiful, clean, and well maintained. You can’t find a better location to live in Pittsburgh- right in the heart of the cultural district, within walking distance to all downtown businesses, theaters, restaurants and nightlife. Charlie and Janet are the perfect landlords- professional, responsive, and above all kind. I will miss them and would enthusiastically recommend their beautiful building to anyone." -Craig Davis, CEO Visit Pittsburgh
"I stayed in the two-bedroom for the Summer of 2018 as I completed a Baseball Operations internship with the Pirates. The combination of space, location, and privacy of this unit is unparalleled in the area, and that combination makes this place a dynamic living option for any family, group, or single resident.
One of star loft's biggest strengths has to do with location, in that while living here, one can feel like they are in the center of all the action while maintaining a full sense of privacy and comfort. Everything you could ever want is right outside of your door, from a wide variety of dining options, to theatre, Pirates or Steelers games, and any other attraction this city has to offer. During my internship, one of the main points of emphasis was the power of versatile value; Star Loft exemplifies that in that the physical space and the location cover all the bases of a desired living arrangement, without feeling like you are paying for a place on Park Ave."
-Alex Awad, Pittsburgh Pirates
What were the Starlofts before they were the Starlofts? "The zucchini was firing on all cylinders, says Mr. Pellegrini. It reached legendary status in the 1990s, when the restaurant went through almost 50 pounds of zucchini a day at its dedicated zucchini station. Fried zucchini is such an iconic and favorite dish here that one of Charlie Pellegrini's fryer baskets from F. Tambellini is on display in the Heinz History Center’s Italian American Collection." Read More in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Buying Here: Starlofts serve up luxury, views in former Tambellini Ristorante:"The modern apartments feature 10- and 11-foot ceilings, exposed ductwork and spiral staircases but also honor the building’s history. An original brick wall from the dining room remains in the penthouse apartment. " Read More in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Giant Eagle CEO Laura Karet on company's prospects: 'We have big aspirations to grow': In an fireside chat interview format led by Pittsburgh Business Times Publisher Evan Rosenberg, Karet talked about Giant Eagle’s origins. The company was started by five families during the Great Depression and its ownership continues on today in a retail industry often dominated by publicly traded national chains." Read More in the Pittsburgh Business Times