Spacious, warm and welcoming, this one-of-a-kind condominium at One 5th, is located in the heart of the cultural district, just one block away from Heinz Hall, the O'Reilly Theatre and the restaurants on Sixth Street. Sports lovers will enjoy the short walk over the bridge to PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Heinz Field, home of the Pittsburgh Steelers. In that same area, family and friends can visit the Children's Museum, Carnegie Science Center, and the Andy Warhol Museum. The entrance foyer is light and bright, grounded by marble and granite flooring in deep color tones. The elevator takes you to the second floor where you will find a sprawling 1,500 sq. feet of living space including two full bedrooms and two full baths. The main living space draws you to the North where a full-front arched glass wall takes center stage. Original stone exposed walls juxtaposed against room-height drywall and crown moldings play beautifully together. Various ceiling heights range from 15 to 20 feet with some spaces enlightened by exposed HVAC against finished surfaces. In front of the window, large dining space, conversation areas and more feel right at home on the warm hardwood floors underfoot. To the west, a wall of individual windows makes daytime lighting unnecessary. The living room area is plenty spacious to seat seven on a sectional. The kitchen itself was designed for the cooking enthusiast, and a stainless-steel backsplash and black concrete counters enhance the café-colored oak cabinets. Keeping the window arch design mindset, the arched entertainment size-island seats six and includes a special cutout to hold hotel-sized pans/chaffing dish with configurations of up to 12 removable containers. An all-stainless appliance package includes a gas-slide-in range, dishwasher, refrigerator and over-the-counter microwave. A long hallways features a gallery wall of windows and walls where artwork can be displayed alongside deep window ledges that hold more room for display items. The adjacent bathroom is designed to maximize this space by having a curved glass shower stall. Design aesthetics include that same concrete top found in the kitchen with European fixtures over a floating sink and vanity. The vanity is also accented with under lighting that quietly illuminates the bathroom in the evening hours.The first of two bedrooms features custom birch shelving, two large closets and is currently set as a modern nursery. It can easily hold a queen bed or become a generous office area. A high-efficiency stackable front loader washer and dryer conveniently hide behind one set of folding doors. Hidden storage â€” the size of the first bathroom footprint â€” is accessible with the included ladder. The master bedroom has a wood feature wall with an asymmetric design that enhances the ceiling height. Sliding closet glass doors are mirrored to expand the space. In the attached master bath, a double vanity features a stone trough sink and six-drawer under cabinet storage. A separate shower area with a rain showerhead and stonewalls is accessed through a frameless glass door. Public transportation options include subway, bus, Uber, Lyft and a citywide bike share rental system.