The redevelopment of the site of the old Civic Arena has been a controversial topic for years, and this morning local officials made a major announcement regarding plans for the location.
A public meeting will be held tonight to discuss the redevelopment of the Produce Terminal in the Strip District.
On the rain-slickened pavement of North Shore Driver, a big cat rolled toward the main entrance to Lot 2 today.
The Shoppes at Northway — better known as Northway Mall — along McKnight Road in Ross Township may be about to change owners.
At the produce terminal in the Strip District a way of life is coming to an end. A third of the terminal building will be torn down to make way for a massive 66-acre residential and office development proposed by the Buncher Company.
Local developer Chuck Betters talked to KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte about developing the old J&L site in Aliquippa.
The fate of the Civic Arena went before Pittsburgh’s Historic Review Commission today. In a setback for people looking to save the old building, the panel voted not to designate it as being a historic landmark.
Two new restaurants are coming to the CONSOL Energy Center. “TGI Friday’s is going to be the first here and Qdoba, they’re in,” Tom McMillan, vice president of communications for the Penguins said. “We’re very […]