The Homestead Masonic Hall Lofts blend the modern and the historic in what is one of Homestead’s first market-rate, multi-family developments in decades. The Homestead Masonic Hall was built in 1917 by established freemasons and special tile unique to freemasonry halls was preserved in the lobby of the building along with a lofted balcony commonly used for meetings in Freemason designs.
Q Development acquired the property in December, 2017. An anchor property in the Homestead Historic District, and the redevelopment of the property into 20 market-rate apartments ranging from studios (including live/work) to 1-bedrooms, was completed in June, 2020.
Homestead is home to the Great Allegheny Passage, the Waterfront shopping district, Pittsburgh’s Voodoo Brewery location and other restaurants, cafes, and shops. The Carnegie Library of Homestead Music Hall is located one block away and hosts both local and national performers.www.homesteadlofts.com