Downstream Newsletter 2

Downstream Newsletter 2

March 13, 2019 Read about Heather McClain, the first of six new Downstream contributors. Plus, Renters’ Rights Workshop in the Hill District, Amazon, Moundsville, the global real estate market, and more! Read it here! Sign up for it...
Evictions Noticed

Evictions Noticed

Graph designed by The Pittsburgh Foundation For The Pittsburgh Foundation, I wrote Evictions Noticed: The Foundation leads a regional initiative to reduce the numbers of people forced from their homes. Outreach to magisterial courts, homeless advocates and housing...
Can zoning slow displacement?

Can zoning slow displacement?

Juma Mkomwa walks his children, Arbay, Mohamed and Halima, to the school bus stop near the family’s home in Northview Heights on Oct. 10. (Photo by John Altdorfer/PublicSource) For PublicSource, I wrote Booming Lawrenceville has priced out some residents. Would...
Inclusionary Zoning in Pittsburgh

Inclusionary Zoning in Pittsburgh

A cement truck passes by Foundry 41 at 41st and Willow streets in Lawrenceville. Foundry 41 is one of the newest luxury developments in the neighborhood. (Photo by John Altdorfer/PublicSource) Inclusionary zoning could help Pittsburgh generate more affordable housing,...
THE RADIANT HALL STORY

THE RADIANT HALL STORY

HOW RADIANT HALL IS CHANGING THE WAY ARTISTS ARE SUPPORTED IN PITTSBURGH NOT CARVED IN STONE Inside Radiant Hall’s artist studios in Lawrenceville, I found much of what I expected to find in photographer Ben Filio’s workspace. Old 35 mm cameras arranged on...