Following up from our March 2017 gathering where we discussed Pittsburgh’s urban renewal of the past along with present day concerns due to development pressures and other factors, Preservation Pittsburgh and the East Liberty Valley Historical Society are coming together again: this time to learn more about City-designated historic buildings and districts with a special focus on the East End.
We invite you to participate in the discussion and to learn more about our organizations, welcoming audience questions, feedback and conversation.
The Greater Good: How Historic Designation Saves Our City
Friday, March 9th 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Free and Open to the Public
RSVP Not Required
Chapel of the East Liberty Presbyterian Church
116 S. Highland Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
ELPC is located at the corner of Penn and Highland Avenues in Pittsburgh’s East Liberty neighborhood. Street parking is available in the blocks close to the church, and there is also a parking lot behind the Carnegie Library.