“What Heirloom has become is a collective of small businesses working together under one roof."
They will demolish the former Duff’s Business Institute trade school building at 110 Ninth St. to provide land for a new residential development with views of the Allegheny River.
Before demolition, the Historic Review Commission will require the developers to document and photograph the buildings and inventory historic features.
“I remembered when I was a kid that it was a building where people bought tomatoes. I knew I wanted it to be a place again where food mattered.”
Waterfront Place Townhomes to add more life between Produce Terminal and Allegheny River in the Strip
Laurel Communities' 47 townhomes in seven buildings are designed to reflect the Strip's architecture and preserve pedestrian access to the river.
Introducing Plattform: Three Highland Park “homes of the future” to be built with cutting-edge energy standards
Plattform will appeal to people who want city living, healthy building materials, superior indoor air quality and lower energy costs, developer says.
Plans for I-579 park — intended to bridge neighborhoods and honor the Hill — forge ahead with better accessibility
From its signage to its sidewalks to its plantings, the park’s design will pay homage to the African-American community of the Hill District.
McCaffery Interests is marketing its 1600 Smallman project across from its Produce Terminal on the west end of Pittsburgh’s Strip District as “trophy-quality office product.”
“This one is a clean slate,” says entrepreneur Jack Benoff of his latest Pittsburgh venture, 2700 Murray.
The outdoor clothing retailer invites Pittsburgh companies to join its opening week celebration, and urges fans to act to preserve national monuments.