Holtzman calls the zoning within the metropolis middle, which limits the variety of residential items, “anti-future” in relation to changing the YWCA constructing right into a 24-story residential tower

April 9, 2021 at 10:03 am EDTBy

PITTSBURGH – After building successful residential developments in Bloomfield and on the south side, Jonathan Holtzman is ready to move the zone boundaries for a new multi-family tower downtown.

Holtzman, Director of City Club Apartments, and his development team presented their plan to the Zoning Board of Adjustments to renovate a new 24-story residential building with a total of 300 residential units from the currently unused YWCA building at 305 Wood St.

With the YWCA in support of the plan and the contractually agreed building, the City Club is aiming for a deviation to allow 300 apartments on the site, on which 141 apartments are now permitted, one apartment for every 110 square meters of land.

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