Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. (HRG) is pleased to announce that Jim Feath, R.L.A., has been promoted to manage our Pittsburgh office.
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NAIOP Pittsburgh voices strong concerns for certain provisions within the proposed Riverfront Zoning Amendments developed by the Pittsburgh Planning Commission
For Immediate Release - March 5, 2018 - NAIOP Pittsburgh, on behalf of the more than 350 members of the largest regional association of developers, owners, investors nad professionals of commercial real estate in Pittsburgh, submitted a letter to City of Pittsburgh Councilman Krause, expressing strong concerns for certain provisions within the proposed Riverfront Zoning Amendments developed by the Pittsburgh Planning Commission. Read the entire letter submitted below.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - PITTSBURGH, PA, February 15, 2018 – Leo Castagnari, executive director of NAIOP Pittsburgh, has announced his decision to step down after 20 years of dedicated service to the organization. Castagnari was the first Executive Director of NAIOP Pittsburgh.
NAIOP is pleased to report that last Friday, House and Senate negotiators came to an agreement on what is sure to be far-reaching reform of our existing tax code. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will be voted on this week and is expected to pass and be signed by President Trump.
The following was submitted to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on 12/15/17:
Pittsburgh City Council has advanced a 0.5% increase in the real estate transfer tax in order to fund the affordable housing trust fund. The final vote will be taken next week.
While we understand the desire to capitalize the fund we strongly believe there are ways to do so that do not burden City of Pittsburgh residents and developers.
As you know, NAIOP's legislative team and I (Thomas J. Bisacquino) are committed to keeping you informed throughout this historic tax reform legislative process with progress updates and what the legislation means for the commercial real estate development industry.
The Senate has taken a significant step toward achieving comprehensive tax reform by passing its version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. This week, the House and Senate will meet in conference to iron out the differences between the two versions.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Diane Bookwalter, P.E.