Touring the Ultimate House Means More Than Seeing a Beautiful Home
All ticket proceeds benefit the Free Care Fund at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.
It may not be obvious upon first glance what Pittsburgh Magazine’s Ultimate House project has to do with UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. What do interior design, construction and real estate have to do with children’s healthcare?
Each year Pittsburgh Magazine scours the region for the most exciting and innovative construction project to be our Ultimate House.
Since 2015, Pittsburgh Magazine’s Ultimate House project has raised nearly $279,000 for the Free Care Fund, ensuring that no child will go without care due to an inability to pay. When insurance runs out, or won’t pay for certain therapies, the Free Care Fund is there to give children access to the care they need and deserve.
“It’s the ultimate win-win partnership to have Pittsburgh Magazine offer the opportunity for guests to tour this unique downtown residence showcasing top-of-the-line finishes and furnishings, and in turn give to the Free Care Fund that benefited over 35,500 patient families last year,” says UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Director of Community Relations Joey Warren.
Georgia is just one child who received life-saving treatment at Children’s because of the Free Care Fund.
“We are so grateful for the opportunity for our families to benefit from this year’s Ultimate House,” says Warren.
For the fifth annual project, we knew the property had to be bigger and better than ever. That’s why we chose Lumière.
In just a few weeks, we’ll open the doors at Lumière — the first new Downtown residential development in more than six years — for public tours. See for yourself the floor-to-ceiling windows, high-end finishes and features, multiple outdoor spaces and unique design elements that make Lumière so special.
Get tickets to tour Pittsburgh Magazine’s 5th Annual Ultimate House here.