Riverfront Landing

  • City Council to Approve Special Zoning Legislation for Buncher’s $400M Mixed-Use Project

    The Pittsburgh City Council has approved zoning variances for Buncher Co.’s estimated $400 million mixed-use development in the Strip District. Called Riverfront Landing, the proposed development would stretch 55 acres from the Veterans Bridge to 21st Street, between Smallman Street and the Allegheny River. Pending further approvals, the project could bring 750 housing units with more than 1,000 parking spots, 800,000 square feet of office space, about 200,000 square feet of retail and a 140-room hotel. Plans also call for a walking trail, a park, an extension of the 17th Street, and the partial demolition and renovation of the historic Produce Terminal.

    Pittsburgh 02 January 2013 17:37

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