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Study of Mt. Pleasant brownfield site will develop plan for potential uses

30 Oct 2018 4:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

by Stephen Huba, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (PA)

A study is underway that will determine the best use for a piece of property that Mt. Pleasant Borough received from the Levin family 10 years ago. 

The 7.6-acre brownfield site on Bridgeport Street used to be home to the Bryce Brothers Glass Co., which became part of Lenox Crystal in the mid-1900s. 

Levin Furniture later obtained the property and used the building as a warehouse. An arson in 1998 destroyed the warehouse, which had been mostly emptied after Levin moved to Fitz Henry in South Huntingdon. 

The land donation was approved by borough council in 2008, triggering a lengthy process of environmental review.

For the entire article, see

https://triblive.com/local/westmoreland/14202813-74/study-of-mt-pleasant-brownfield-site-will-develop-plan-for-potential-uses

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