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  • 220-Unit Apartment Project Advances in Upper St. Clair

    A new 220-unit upscale multi-family development is slated to rise in the city’s Upper St. Clair suburb. According to the Pittsburgh Business Times, the project’s developer, a company affiliated with Bridgeville-based construction firm John Deklewa & Sons Inc., has recently been granted final approvals from the township’s municipality to move the project forward.

    Pittsburgh 03 October 2013 15:05
  • Former Cold Storage Facility in Pittsburgh will be Converted to Apartments

    Sampson Morris Group is moving forward with its plans to redevelop the New Federal Cold Storage building in the Strip District into apartments. According to the Pittsburgh Business Times, the Monroeville-based developer has recently briefed the city planning commission on its proposal, which calls for 144 apartments and 158 interior parking spaces.

    Pittsburgh 12 September 2013 03:15

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