August Wilson Center
With the help of several foundations and a big contribution from city and county taxpayers the August Wilson Center is now under new ownership.
The bank holding the delinquent mortgage on the debt-ridden August Wilson Center for African American Culture is now in control of the property following a sheriff’s sale on Monday.
A sheriff’s sale may still be the fate of Pittsburgh’s debt-ridden August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
An Allegheny County judge is expected to approve a deal by a consortium of charities to buy Pittsburgh’s August Wilson Center for $8.85 million.
An agreement has been reached on the sale of the August Wilson Center.
The August Wilson Center got national press for its incredible architecture, a stalwart structure in Downtown Pittsburgh reaching new heights for African American culture in the region.
During a Wednesday morning hearing, attorneys for the receiver that approved a plan to build a hotel on top of the August Wilson Center argued that the plan is still viable.
Invited members of the community listened in this morning as financial advisors, lawyers and a planning group talked about the next steps in the buying process of the August Wilson Center.
Gray skies are reflected in the glass, steel prow and sail of the August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
The EQT Pittsburgh International Children’s Festival will be held Downtown for the first time this year.
A western Pennsylvania school district has abandoned the idea of acquiring Pittsburgh’s struggling August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
Pittsburgh School Board member Mark Brentley told the conservator appointed by the courts to handle a possible sale of the August Wilson Center that at least an ad hoc committee of the board is interested in finding out what it would take to buy the facility.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A total of 450 producers, performers and agents from around the world have descended on Pittsburgh, hosted by the Pittsbukrgh Cultural Trust. Performances are being held at the Byham Theater and August […]
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An Allegheny County judge is giving all sides time to agree on someone who can run the August Wilson Center until its financial problems can be worked out.