Experts say we're seeing the tipping point of redevelopment in the Strip District.
Coffee, furniture and community, in a space designed to help local makers grow their businesses.
The business will open its new 18,000-square-foot facility in Oakmont the first week of January 2019.
"Pittsburgh has become one of those hotspots ... it's definitely known on a national scale."
Diners can expect a seasonal menu made from local ingredients at this new eatery on East Ohio Street.
Businesses, politicians and citizens are taking a stand to improve the city's dire shortage of affordable homes.
“We don’t have a template where everything is going to be the same. That’s not who we are and that’s not who we want our partners to be.”
The two-day conference connects residents with Pittsburgh's most prominent companies to discuss new approaches to transit.
Project managers estimate the site will be in development for the next 20 years.
Smaller boroughs aim to make their streets more walkable and connect with Pittsburgh's network of bike and hiking trails.