The next stage for green building is creating green building products, which is the goal of the Living Product Hub.
These five tech companies are giving a boost to nonprofits in Pittsburgh and beyond with the help of UpPrize.
More restaurants are creating late-night menus to entice diners looking for options closer to the midnight hour.
Four years after purchasing Schenley, PMC Property Group has begun leasing loft, one- and two-bedroom apartments for occupancy in early July.
This year, Carnegie Mellon’s School of Architecture invited only practicing women architects to its spring lecture series.
Hamilton, and a whole bunch of other great musicals, are coming to Pittsburgh.
Chance the Rapper, Tool, U2, and a Ned Flanders-themed metal band are just some of the musical acts coming to Pittsburgh this spring.
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.
Pittsburgh-based filmmaker Julie Sokolow is getting national attention for her feature documentaries, like Woman on Fire, and short subjects, like The John Show.
Programs in Pittsburgh and throughout the country are helping unemployed coal miners find new careers.