Urban Redevelopment Authority
In celebration of Black History Month, Pittsburgh City Council and the Classics Events marketing group honored more than a dozen people who have made a difference in the community.
There was high profile testimony Tuesday in front of the grand jury that is investigating Pittsburgh city government.
Pittsburgh’s Urban Redevelopment Authority launched a website to help future entrepreneurs.
It now stands empty — the shining building that was once Saks Fifth Avenue on Smithfield Street in downtown Pittsburgh
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.
While the Civic Arena is still not yet demolished, the city’s Planning Commission is considering a step in redeveloping the site.
Saks Fifth Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh is closing. The store says it’s losing money and couldn’t negotiate a better deal with the owners of the current property.