614 Edmond Street Community Meeting

Bloomfield Development Corporation hosts open and public community meetings where residents can learn about project proposals directly from developers, ask questions, and express concerns. Property developers then have to show that they responded to this community feedback with they go before the City Zoning Board.

All are invited to attend the meeting on Monday, March 5, 6:30PM at the West Penn Hospital Nursing School (4900 Friendship Ave. at the corner of Gross/Friendship). The developer of 614 Edmond Street,

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Bloomfield Housing Affordability Forum

UPDATE 3/2/18: Here is the link to the Inclusionary Housing Calculator mentioned by City Planner Demi Kolke during the meeting.

UPDATE 3/19/18: Lawrenceville United sent us a City Planning Presentation on Pittsburgh’s zoning process after the Housing affordability forum.

Here are links to all of the information and materials present at this meeting:


BDC Presentation Outline

Action Hosing Presentation

Housing Affordability Forum Meeting Notes

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How Do Bloomfielders Cross the Road?

Among Bloomfield neighbors, navigating the Bloomfield Bridge/Liberty Ave/Main St/Howley St. intersection is often a daily risk, one that involves extreme vigilance and caution if moving through on foot or by bike. Bloomfield Development and Bloomfield Livable Streets together designed and distributed a survey to 780 respondents throughout the month of October to better understand the concerns and issues that residents have with the intersection. The data and comments gathered will help start and continue a dialogue on how to improve safety for all users at this crossroads.

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BDC Holiday Party: Dec. 4th at Station!

Celebrate another successful year with Bloomfield Development Corporation! This 3rd annual fundraiser highlights BDC’s many accomplishments over 2017, our thriving business district, and engaged residents, with all event proceeds benefiting BDC. Tickets include a free beverage and a variety of hors d’oeurves. Event will also include a fun raffle with fantastic prizes.

Dec. 4, 5:30 pm at Station (4744 Liberty Ave)
Tickets: $25  |  Buy now!
All proceeds directly support BDC’s operations.

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