Here is the info about the second community meeting related to the redevelopment of the Penn Plaza site and the reconfiguration of Enright Park to accommodate it.
There have been a few articles published about it, including:
You can read Jason Vrabel's piece in The Bulletin by downloading it here. Jason also writes the excellent Downstream.city. He's covering the complexities of urban change in detail and in depth.
Bob Bauder at Triblive. com covers the development proposal here, including some updated images that were presented at the last community meeting.
A piece from WESA covering the community meeting here.
More coverage of the community meeting on March 21 here in the Post-Gazette.
And a bit of an update from Mark Belko in the Post-Gazette after the Planning Commission briefing that was held today, April 3, 2018, with the developer defending their plans.
Finally, the City published notes from the first community meeting that you can download and read here.
Whatever your feelings are about this development, please make sure that you make your voice heard by participating in the conversation. We need to make sure that community members are active throughout the conversation. You can make your voice heard by attending the meetings and by submitting comment to Planning Commission:
Correspondence to the Planning Commission will be accepted by mail at 200 Ross Street, Suite 309, Pittsburgh, PA 15219, and by email to email@example.com.
You can review the development plans here on the City's website, and we have also downloaded them that you can get here (but this link may not always be the most current, so please watch the City's site!). We've also tried to reduce file size for simplicity's (and your data plan's) sake.
Please note that our files may not always be the most up to date ones, but we will try to share as much as possible.