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2014 Housing Request for Proposals

Lawrenceville United (LU) works to improve the overall quality of life for Lawrenceville residents and stakeholders.  LU has worked over the past thirteen years to eliminate blight throughout Lower, Central, and Upper Lawrenceville by targeting nuisance and problem properties and prioritizing the demolitions, acquisition and redevelopment of such properties.   As part of this process,…

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2014 Housing Request for Proposals

Lawrenceville United (LU) works to improve the overall quality of life for Lawrenceville residents and stakeholders.  LU has worked over the past thirteen years to eliminate blight throughout Lower, Central, and Upper Lawrenceville by targeting nuisance and problem properties and prioritizing the demolitions, acquisition and redevelopment of such properties.   As part of this process,…

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3601 Butler Street Development

6.26.2014 UPDATE Community Meeting Notes 3601 Butler Street St. Augustine’s Hall/ 6th Ward Block Watch June 9, 2014 Attendees: Anthony Dolan, Katie Yakich, Jim McMullen, John Deklewa Community Attendees: Ed Nusser, LC; Lauren Byrne, LU;10 local residents/ business owners Questions / Concerns Contextual rendering of the proposed building: Residents would like to see how the…

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Fort Willow Development

5.21.2015 Please see this presentation from Fort Willow Developers for drawings and further details about the project. Summary: A meeting was held on April 27, 2015 at the National Robotics center on the Fort Willow development project. Over 60 people were in attendance and the architect, principal, and a traffic engineer presented the designs for the…

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Lawrenceville United Releases 2014 Vacant Land RFPs

In an effort to find responsible ownership and care for unwanted parcels and vacant homes, Lawrenceville United offers the acquisition of the property through an Request for Proposal program (RFP).  Each RFP will have information on the land available, as well as timelines and instructions for submissions.   2014 Vacant Lot RFP   2014 Vacant…

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Canterbury Renovations – 310 Fisk Street

Canterbury Place Updates and Renovations 2.13.2015 From UPMC: The project inside Canterbury Place has been going well.  We are currently working on the 4th and 3rd floors.  Our schedule has us completing the 4th floor work in May and the 3rd floor work in July.  We will start the 2nd floor work after the 4th…

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Development at 41st and Butler – Thunderbird

UPDATE: 2.27.2014 On February 25th, Judge James rendered a decision in favor of Lawrenceville United and Lawrenceville Corporation’s appeal of the zoning decision for the Thunderbird expansion.  For more information check out these articles: http://www.pghcitypaper.com/Blogh/archives/2014/02/28/surprise-court-order-complicates-thunderbird-expansion-plans http://www.post-gazette.com/local/city/2014/03/01/Judge-rules-against-popular-club-s-plans/stories/201403010052 http://www.bizjournals.com/pittsburgh/blog/the-next-move/2014/02/thunderbird-expansion-rejected-by.html?page=all ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Update: 8.1.2013 Zoning has approved the Development at 41st and Butler.  Currently Lawrenceville United is appealing the…

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3813 Penn Avenue – Arsenal Cider Lot

Community Meeting: Off-site Parking for 300 39th Street 6th Ward Block Watch St. Augustine’s Auditorium – 220 37th Street 2.24.2014 7:00p Arsenal Cider House, located at 300 39th Street will be presenting plans relevant to the special exceptions that they are seeking for 3813 Penn Avenue from the Zoning Board of Adjustments in a hearing…

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3813 Penn Avenue – Arsenal Cider Lot

Community Meeting: Off-site Parking for 300 39th Street 6th Ward Block Watch St. Augustine’s Auditorium – 220 37th Street 2.24.2014 7:00p Arsenal Cider House, located at 300 39th Street will be presenting plans relevant to the special exceptions that they are seeking for 3813 Penn Avenue from the Zoning Board of Adjustments in a hearing…