"A simple social media post shorty after midnight July 1 ended years of "Will Superior Motors ever happen?" speculation. The Braddock restaurant will open on July 15."
Pitt May Sell Titusville Campus
"The University of Pittsburgh is considering big changes at its Titusville campus, according to a posting by Provost Patricia Beeson and Livingston Alexander, president of Pitt Titusville."
TechShop Pittsburgh May Remain Open
"TechShop Inc., a network of open-access makerspaces, announced "positive developments" in the effort to transfer TechShop Pittsburgh to a new owner and keep the location open, though it did not disclose specifics of a deal Thursday."
International Law Firm Opening Tech Center in Pittsburgh
"An international law firm and immigration consultancy is opening a technology innovation lab in Pittsburgh."
Fleeing the Strip's Parking Issues, Company Heads to the North Hills
"At a time when lots of companies are moving into the Strip District, one is moving out."
Millie's Homemade Ice Cream Set to Open Second Location
"Downtown is set to get a lot cooler Sunday when Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream debuts its second location, a small scoop shop just off of Market Square."
Lawrenceville Corporation Breaks Ground on Community Land Trust
"The Lawrenceville Corporation has broken ground on seven homes as part of the Lawrenceville Community Land Trust, which aims to create and maintain affordable housing in a neighborhood where housing prices continue to rise."
Pittsburgh Debuts Online Database of City-Owned Properties For Sale
"The City of Pittsburgh has launched an online database of city-owned properties that are available for sale."
Starwood Capital Group Sells 2000 Park Lane
"Atlanta Property Group has acquired seven properties from Starwood Capital Group, including 2000 Park Lane in North Fayette Township."
Former Canon-McMillan Elementary Schools to be Converted to Senior Housing
"Two former Canon-McMillan elementary schools are being sold to different developers who plan to convert the facilities to senior housing, according to the Washington Observer-Reporter. The school board passed unanimous resolutions authorizing the sales."