Pittsburgh planners approve projects for SouthSide Works, East Liberty

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The Pittsburgh Planning Commission today unanimously signed off on plans for two developments in the city, a South Side apartment complex and a mixed used complex in East Liberty.

Michigan-based housing developer Village Green pitched its plan for a 264-unit apartment complex in the SouthSide Works development. The complex at Sidney and 26th streets also will include street-level retail, a potential location for a grocery store.

Plans for the EastSide III complex also got approval from the commission today. The complex will be located near the East Liberty Target store and is part of an expansive development along the busway.

The development that got the commission’s stamp is a slice being built by the Mosites Co. that will include apartments and retail.

Related: Michigan housing developer expands Pittsburgh plans


Moriah Balingit: mbalingit@post-gazette.com or 412-263-2533.

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