More spaces to be available on the North Shore, but not in time for the Pirates home opener.
Some tenants of the Allegheny Building on Forbes Avenue have to climb as many as 19 flights of stairs to reach their offices.
When Shell builds its cracker complex in Beaver County, it will be the third major chemical company to locate there.
Workers are set to undertake demolition preparations April 1 for the controversial Whole Foods Market redevelopment project in East Liberty.
What’s life like living between two Shell plants? We went to New Orleans to find out.
The money would come in the latest round of state redevelopment assistance capital grant funding.
Township Planning Commission will consider a conditional use permit for the proposed medical complex at a meeting Thursday night.
Owner of Yinzers in the Burgh buys the Strip District building that houses the iconic Mike Feinberg Co. store
Cambria County wants to pitch its office space, skilled workforce, universities and recreation to the Steel City’s tech community
Forest City Realty Trust is considering a “significant” investment to update the Station Square landmark.
PurePenn LLC said its 2,000-page application describes production plans for pharmaceutical-grade cannabis-oil products for Pennsylvanians.
VisitPittsburgh is pushing for a 2 percentage point increase in Allegheny County’s 7-percent hotel tax to fund the commission.
Moxy, a division of Marriott, describes itself as a “boutique hotel with the social heart of a hostel.”
While Downtown has added 60 new dining destinations in the last 10 years, traditional retail has not kept pace.
Steelers Hall of Famer Franco Harris joined Braddock Mayor John Fetterman in an effort to garner support for a pot facility.
A 23-page reports provides a forecast of a future with autonomous vehicles and the technology and planning to allow for it.
Some owners of struggling retail properties have been handing them over to lenders rather than sink more money into anemic shopping centers.
A public market is the centerpiece of the deal to redevelop the Strip landmark.
Officials believe the facility could take Braddock off Act 47 rolls of financially distressed communities for the first time since 1988.
Trek had planned to spend $2.7 million to save and restore the facades, which date to the 1890s.
The commissioners have introduced a measure that would allow housing, retail and other uses on the same lot.
The North Hills school board approved a tax break for the second phase of The Block Northway after receiving additional information from
The borough’s business district is making a comeback after recent fires and is attracting new businesses and residents.
“It’s work that needs to be done,” said Mary Conturo, executive director of Pittsburgh-Allegheny County Sports & Exhibition Authority.
The case has drawn the attention of business groups, environmentalists and local governments from across the state.
Jeremy Waldrup, the PDP’s president, says having bars and restaurants present more live music would sorely address a need for visitors.
Free water filters and a proposed low-interest loan program target Pittsburgh’s lead drinking water and service line replacement problems.
The state Commonwealth Court upheld a lower court’s decision to deny TREK’s request for bigger height and floor plans.
The city is considering a proposal to end litigation over the controversial redevelopment in East Liberty.
Landlord looking for a new tenant to occupy the Forbes Avenue space.
Dr. Thomas E. Starzl | 1926-2017: Dr. Starzl performed the world’s first liver transplant in Denver in 1963 before moving to Pittsburgh.
The $23 million mixed-use building is expected to include a ground-floor restaurant on Forbes Avenue near the Panther Hollow Bridge.
The district attorney’s narcotics enforcement team made 150 drug arrests last year that involved incidents in the square or that started
The borough is making plans to spruce up its business district with improved lighting, landscaping and accessibility.
The sign company, in a dispute with Pittsburgh over a Mount Washington billboard, appeals city’s “politically motivated” ruling.
City asks the court to require Lamar Advertising to immediately remove a Sprint sign, calling it an eyesore to residents and tourists.
The Priory owner expands his empire, joining in a North Side bank’s renovation and buying the Westinghouse Castle, The Mansions on Fifth.
The vinyl banner atop Mount Washington was still in place at the 5 p.m. cutoff ordered by the city solicitor in a letter last week