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Community Celebrates Larimer Pointe Opening

Even as talk swirled about the possible loss of reasonably priced rental housing in East Liberty, state and local officials joined residents of nearby Larimer to celebrate the ribbon cutting for phase 1 of Larimer Pointe—a $13.4 million development built…

City Debuts Skyline Terrace

Though sod still needs to be laid on some side yards, and poles still await chain-link fencing, 186 units of new housing now sit above the Hill District where one of the nation’s first public housing projects, Addison Terrace, once…

40 New Homes Mark the Start of Larimer

Larimer had not seen new housing in 50 years. Now it has 40 fresh units on four streets in the heart of the neighborhood. A ribbon-cutting Friday marked the start of investment in a neighborhood that had lain fallow for…

Development Project Uses Art To Control Water Flow In Larimer

Betsy Damon, an international water artist, was invited to Pittsburgh to create a museum exhibit several years ago but decided instead to find an amenable neighborhood. “Pittsburgh has buried most of its streams in huge pipes,” she said. “Finding the…