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At max-capacity, Second Avenue Commons will be able to shelter nearly 180 people.
Calling for “500 in 500,” the push by Allegheny County leaders aims to move unhoused people out of shelters and into more permanent, stable housing.
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A rendering of a green civic space next to 8th Street and the Allegheny River
Civic leaders unveiled a new vision of Downtown Pittsburgh as a place to live and not just work. The plan reimagines hot spots from Point State Park to the riverfront by the Rachel Carson Bridge.