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Feb. 10, 2017 · 6:22 p.m.
How to calculate the cost of living in Pittsburgh vs. other cities
Despite protests, the Pittsburgh Planning Commission has approved a controversial development plan for the former Penn Plaza site in East Liberty
A new program in Lawrenceville is adding affordable housing through zoning changes
The URA is adding five programs to help Pittsburghers find, restore and keep affordable housing
In the record-setting cold, human services workers set out to take the annual homeless count
“Milking” of problem properties by absentee landlords was widespread during the U.S. housing crisis. It remains a problem in Pittsburgh today.
The Housing Opportunity Fund kicks off with money for affordable housing in the Hill District and Squirrel Hill
Affordable housing activists are facing a partial victory in their fight for a full restoration of Urban Redevelopment Authority funding
What is “inclusionary zoning” and how could it help with Pittsburgh’s affordable housing crunch?
Tenants of a Penn Hills apartment are being forced to move out by Thursday
Is now a better time to rent or own a home in Pittsburgh? A new report says rent.
How ‘granny flats’ could bring more affordable housing to Garfield and all of Pittsburgh
In a changing Bloomfield, a popular refrain: “How do we keep Bloomfield Bloomfield?”
Could eminent domain be used to build affordable housing at Penn Plaza?
A new development in Bloomfield could mean rent over $1,000 for a one-room apartment and losing the ShurSave IGA
At community meeting about the former Penn Plaza site, attendees want to know: Where is the affordable housing?
Inspired by her own search for a home, this Pittsburgh woman is bringing low-income and Section 8 tenants and landlords together for education
Pittsburgh’s Housing Opportunity Fund is almost a year old; Council still isn’t sure how to fund it
City officials want to find affordable housing funds by the end of 2017, but they still haven’t decided how
What Harrisburg can do to help with Pittsburgh’s affordable housing crunch
This ask is not new.