A church’s plans for a piece of property across the street has some neighbors concerned, but the church says there’s no reason to be.
It’s a sprawling expanse of riverfront land stretching a mile and half along the Hazelwood flats.
Plans to develop a prime piece of real estate on Mt. Washington appear to be closer to reality.
Recently, the game of leisure seems to have landed in the rough for the region’s country clubs and golf courses.
Despite the tragedy of last Monday, local residents know that Hazelwood is a whole lot more than police tape, shootings and death.
Big things are on the horizon in Hazelwood, nothing less than a plan to complete a missing piece in Pittsburgh’s comeback.
The centerpiece of the McCandless Crossing development is about to lift its curtain.
On land that once housed part of La Roche College in McCandless, a new entertainment destination is rising out of the ground.
Not exactly in unison but united nonetheless, developers and community leaders broke ground on a $120 million development on what was once the Reizenstein School on Penn Avenue in East Liberty.
While President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were unveiling a new job training grant program at the CCAC campus in North Fayette Wednesday, one man got not one, but two mentions for the job he is doing so far.
For years it was an eyesore in Richland Township, rusting greenhouses on the site of the former Pittsburgh Cut Flowers.
It hasn’t been a shopping destination in quite some time because there’s not much left of the once popular Parkway Center Mall.
Buskey’s Motel on William Penn Highway isn’t exactly the Ritz, but in its heyday it was a respite for tired travelers in the 1950s when Americans fell in love with their cars.
The former Federal Reserve Bank building downtown Pittsburgh will be turned into a hotel.
Transformed from woodland to readied development site, the McCandless Crossing infrastructure is going in and a singular wall has risen from dirt.