The Next Big (Data) Thing gives the PHDA a chance to share how they're creating practical applications from data to change the practice of medicine.
If you’re looking for $75,000 homes in or near Pittsburgh, here’s a sampling of what’s out there.
Developers, residents negotiate what 'real community development' means.
Carlow is targeting an in-demand profession. The Association of American Medical Colleges estimates there will be a shortage of as many as 94,000 U.S. physicians by 2025.
A 168-acre former brownfield along the Monongahela River, with the historic Carrie Furnaces at its center, is ready for redevelopment.
Four years after purchasing Schenley, PMC Property Group has begun leasing loft, one- and two-bedroom apartments for occupancy in early July.
The lease will require McCaffery Interests to dedicate at least 20,000 square feet to the “largely food-centric” market and 40,000 square feet for local and regional businesses.
The 60-page document—with a lengthy list of tangible action items—is meant to be a guide for initiating or accelerating activities to address all kinds of urban challenges.
“After years of high-quality R&D, we’re starting to see stuff commercialize and, as a region, we want to capture that growth and give people more opportunity."
“There is no better place to be a developer right now than in Pittsburgh. If you look at the demographics of the city, we’re not growing but we’re rapidly changing."