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The last tenants are moving out today as the city and the developer continue their court battle.
The city's land bank has released a draft of its policies and procedures and wants public input.
The Mews on Butler would cost around $400,000 a home.
It focused on public safety, affordable housing, family outcomes, businesses and organizations, education and employment.
Pittsburgh’s Planning Commission didn’t approve this controversial project in East Liberty. Here’s why.
You may know it as the development proposal with the *second* Whole Foods.
Would a realty-tax transfer increase help or hurt millennials?