City of Pittsburgh Council District 7
Allegheny River Setback

Councilwoman Gross continues to advocate for development that protects accessibility to our riverfronts for publicly financed projects. 

Strip District Redevelopment Overview
Major Projects and Issues

Urban Redevelopment Authority applies for demolition permit for Produce Terminal Building

View both pages of the URA's application to demolish the Produce Terminal Building in the Strip District by following the links below:


Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority releases Allegheny Riverfront Green Boulevard plan

Read the Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority's Allegheny Riverfront Green Boulevard plan


Strip District Preliminary Land Development Plan Considered by City Council

City Council will hold a Public Hearing and a Post Agenda on a proposal to change the zoning for a portion of the Strip District that includes the Produce Terminal building and the Buncher Company's riverfront property to a Specially Planned District to be named Riverfront Landing. 

Important Dates:

  • Monday, September 24th at 1:00pm - Post Agenda discussing the Riverfront Landing zoning change
  • Tuesday, September 25th at 1:00pm - Public Hearing to provide public comment relating to the proposed Specially Planned District in the Strip District

Allegheny Riverfront Vision Plan

The City of Pittsburgh has engaged community members, businesses, and other stakeholders to create a long term master plan for further development of the communities along the Allegheny River, including the Strip District, Lawrenceville, Morningside, and Highland Park. Take a look at the master plan below:

 


URA Releases Agreements for 43rd Street and 62nd Street 

The Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Athority has released documents outlining agreements between the Buncher Company and the URA slated for properties in Lawrenceville. 

 

 

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