PITTSBURGH, PA (August 1, 2019) Several City of Pittsburgh redevelopment projects received $4.5 million in state funding today to support ongoing work to revitalize Homewood, Elliott, Larimer and other city neighborhoods.
The funding comes from the 2019 Revitalization Assistance Capital Program, or RACP, which provides financial support for the acquisition and construction of regional economic, cultural, civic, recreational, and historical improvement projects statewide.
“I want to thank Governor Wolf and all our city House and Senate members for delivering this RACP funding, which will be used to transform city neighborhoods all over Pittsburgh. The City, the Urban Redevelopment Authority and the Housing Authority thank all their state and community partners for their commitments to these projects,” Mayor William Peduto said.
The RACP grants awarded today to City revitalization projects include:
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