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Progress on Federal North Redevelopment Project

August 16th, 2008 · 10 Comments

The Urban Redevelopment Authority on Thursday gave Aiello Development and the JRA Development Group exclusive rights to produce architectural plans for six parcels in the Federal North Corridor near the Garden Theater, as well as develop a budget and secure tenants, for six months (with the possibility of a six month extension). Their plans for […]

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Tags: City of Pittsburgh · Commercial Real Estate · Federal North · Mexican War Streets · URA

Which Pittsburgh development will finish first?

January 23rd, 2007 · 18 Comments

The Pittsburgh Business Times is hosting an online poll to find out which long awaited project Pittsburgh residents believe will be completed first.  Choices are: 1. Mon-Fayette Expressway 2. New Arena for Penguins 3. North Shore Connector 4. Don Barden’s North Shore Casino  The results right now are overwhelmingly in favor of one project, but they really […]

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Tags: casino · Commercial Real Estate · Federal North · Fifth Forbes · Penguins · Pittsburgh · Real Estate

Federal-North Corridor RFPs

January 11th, 2007 · 9 Comments

Both KDKA and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette are reporting this morning that the request for proposals for some of the properties on the Federal-North Corridor are going to be announced today at noon by the City of Pittsburgh / URA.  Stay Tuned!

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Tags: Commercial Real Estate · Federal North · Pittsburgh · Real Estate

North Shore activity

December 28th, 2006 · 12 Comments

Just days after the announcement that the new Pittsburgh casino will be located on the North Shore, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court handed the North Shore another victory. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported today that the URA was vindicated in its efforts to seize an adult theater on the North Side by eminent domain nearly ten years ago; it […]

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Tags: casino · Federal North · Neighborhoods · North Shore · Pittsburgh · URA