Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Courtney Linder - February 3, 2017
Between Pitt Chemical & Sanitary Supply Co. and DiAnoia’s Eatery in the Strip District is a warehouse with an unassuming, slate-colored facade.
The former home of the S. B. Floyd & Sons grain mill at 2545 Penn Ave. has become a modern condominium featuring 3,000 square feet of exposed-brick walls, antique bronze ceilings and gleaming aluminum ducting. With artwork and artifacts from places as disparate as Budapest and San Francisco, it’s a little bit of Brooklyn in Pittsburgh.
“We wanted it to be modern but avoid making it seem sterile,” said owner Sheryl Linck.