The Pittsburgh Parking Authority approved June 21 a pilot program to cut rates in the Sheridan/Kirkwood and Sheridan/Harvard lots from $1 to 50 cents/hour beginning July 1. In addition, there
Portland Oregon company, Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co., a supplier for the new Ace Hotel, is in discussion with the URA to buy the former City of Pittsburgh detective's building at 206 N. Euclid Ave.
Read more about it in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article here: http://ow.ly/UyFvZ
Congratulations to our neighbors in Larimer on receiving one of four Choice Neighborhood grants in the nation!
Currently, Motor Square Garden (home of AAA East Central) is undergoing sandblasting work. According to AAA representatives, the work is expected to continue for another four weeks.
You are invited to visit Pittsburgh Fulton Academy (5799 Hampton Street) Tuesday, June 3rd at 9:00 a.m.!
Though Pittsburgh’s booming East End has changed for many (Google, Whole Foods Market, housing prices doubling since 2008), the poverty rate has remained at almost 30%.
The Black and White Reunion (BWR), an organization working to end racism, racial profiling, and police brutality, will host its 16th annual Summit Against Racism from 8:00 a.m.-3:00p.m.
Curious about the plans for the Whole Foods Market Expansion? Check out this PDF, which has images of the proposed plans.