Earlier this month, in collaboration with Pittsburgh Public Schools, we submitted a nomination for Spring Hill Elementary to be considered a City of Pittsburgh Historic Landmark. Located at the intersection of Damas St. & Noster St. in Pittsburgh's Spring Hill neighborhood, the building has served as a focal point for the community for more than a century.
We are delighted to announce that Dana Cress has joined Preservation Pittsburgh's Board this month.
Earlier this year, in partnership with the building's owner (Chip Desmone of Desmone Architects), Preservation Pittsburgh nominated the former Pittsburgh Wash House & Public Baths building to become a City Historic Landmark.
In partnership with the home's current owner, Preservation Pittsburgh has nominated the Sheraden Homestead to become a City Historic Landmark.
Preservation Pittsburgh, in partnership and support of the neighbors of the street, nominated Roslyn Place to become a City Historic District.
Amy has been published in Cesar's Way Magazine (Cesar Milan), Phipps Grow, Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation member newsletter, and Pet Connections Magazine.
At Preservation Pittsburgh we strive to call attention to the importance the built world plays in our parks just as we do the role it plays downtown and in our neighborhoods. For this reason we recently nominated Schenley Park's two tufa bridges to be City Historic Landmarks.
Having gathered experience in Chicago, New York, and through much travel, Brittany returned to her hometown of the one and only Pittsburgh in 2017, eager to continue supporting art, design, and architecture organizations and studios through her work as a project manager and creative producer.
Preservation Pittsburgh nominated the former Overbrook Municipal Building (now Accamando Center) to be a City Historic Landmark. This came out of months of researching the history of the building, the events leading to Overbrook joining the city, and working in close partnership with the Carrick-Overbrook Historical Society.
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Pittsburgh's City Council voted unanimously to designate Howe Spring (Shady Side), Voegtly Spring (Spring Hill), and Catahecassa Spring (Schenley Park) as City Historic Landmarks.
Please note that the Peterson House nomination was not submitted by PP but posted to our site by request of Matthew Falcone, so that other may access the nomination.