The new facility will provide Homewood residents and the surrounding communities with training in advanced manufacturing.
Four-story building could be part of Buncher Company’s $450 million Riverfront Landing development.
The department tells City Council that sensored trash receptacles will allow manpower to be reallocated to other work.
Developers are trying hard to attract retail businesses to Downtown, but the effort hasn’t been too successful.
School districts, municipalities are dealing with a 500 percent increase in fees for real estate tax liens.
Team hopes to begin construction of the first 255 units in early 2018.
The judge dismissed the city’s claim that Lamar Advertising had increased the size of the historic sign on Mount Washington.
Next to large university endowments, the foundation is modest but it’s pushing to raise more funds for student scholarships and facilities.
Deaths of Rooney and Hillman a day apart paralleled lives of accomplishments and giving to the community.
Henry Hillman | Billionaire financier avoided spotlight but was one of the city’s most generous benefactors
Henry L. Hillman, the unpretentious Pittsburgh billionaire financier who quietly gave of his time and money, died Friday.
Through the largest donation CMU has ever received from outside the U.S., India-based IT firm TCS helps fund the future of STEM.
Team hoping to convert two buildings, parking lots, into “destination” development.
A controversial intersection to accommodate Riverfront 47 has been scrapped in favor of a plan to use the Highland Park Bridge.
About two dozen students were displaced from their rooms at the Oakland social club because of a lack of water and electricity.
No guarantee that the riverfront building will remain as a movie production facility.
Strong demand, limited supply, and surge in out-of-town investment spurring rent increases Downtown
The Pittsburgh-based chain of coffeehouses hopes to make a difference in revitalization efforts for the distressed Mon Valley town.
Mr. Yablonsky, a native of McKeesport, previously served as secretary of the state Department of Community and Economic Development.
Planning commission approves the 319-unit development, while getting briefed on a proposal to add another 174 apartments Downtown.
Losing Whole Foods resulted in more than $10 million in damages, the developer says.
Workers put the finishing touches on a $28 million residential conversion at the former high school building in Oakland.
Envision Downtown working with mayor’s office to explore ways to make the corridor an energetic place for business and pedestrian traffic.
Philadelphia developer planning 174 units in the nearly vacant Uptown office building.
The township has approved the plan for an independent-living facility that would offer meals, housekeeping and other services to tenants.
Council hired Mackin Engineering of Pittsburgh for $111,867 to develop the plan, although some members said the cost was too high.