Category Archives: Media Coverage

Edgewater at Oakmont Project Receives Award for Sustainable Development from 10,000 Friends

Harrisburg –  The Edgewater at Oakmont development project in Oakmont Borough, Allegheny County topped an impressive array of smart growth projects from around the state receiving Commonwealth Awards at 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Awards event earlier this month. The state’s leading Smart Growth advocacy organization, 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania, honored sixteen projects from across […]

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Edgewater at Oakmont is featured in Houstrends Magazine

http://www.joomag.com/magazine/luxury-ohio-living-winter-2013-western-pennsy/0676345001387208610/p64 (click link to read) Housetrends Magazine link featuring Edgewater at Oakmont.

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Development News

      Edgewater at Oakmont grows city to riverfront, reclaimed brownfield Wednesday, September 19, 2012 In Oakmont a redeveloped brownfield site is extending the city to the riverfront.  Known as Edgewater at Oakmont, the 34-acre development brings 240 new residences to this Allegheny River town. The neighborhood is built on the former Edgewater Steel […]

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Excitement builds for Edgewater at Oakmont development

By Jodi Weigand, VALLEY NEWS DISPATCH Monday, March 12, 2012   Homes at the $100 million Edgewater at Oakmont housing development have been selling quickly, putting it on pace to be completed two years earlier than expected. The 34-acre development on the Allegheny River, located near Oakmont’s border with Verona, is being built on the […]

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Edgewater at Oakmont has been Awarded with a 2011 Commonwealth Award!

            Edgewater at Oakmont was recently presented with a 2011 Commonwealth Award.  The award was specifically given in the category of “Building a More Perfect Pennsylvania”.  The designation was awarded on behalf of 10thousand Friends of Pennsylvania.             10thousand Friends of Pennsylvania is an organization that prides itself on leadership in the arena of smart […]

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Lower Burrell-to-Pittsburgh rail service draws private funding

By Michael Aubele, VALLEY NEWS DISPATCH Saturday, October 1, 2011 About the writer Michael Aubele is a Valley News Dispatch staff writer and can be reached at 724-226-4673 or via e-mail. A proposed commuter rail service connecting Lower Burrell and Pittsburgh has attracted private funding to cover half its estimated $350 million cost, a project […]

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HGTV Comes to Edgewater at Oakmont!

  HGTV to visit Edgewater! Model Home Open House With HGTV Sunday, Sept. 11th at Edgewater at Oakmont From 12:00 – 3:15 p.m.   You can experience the HGTV Interior Design Competition “Showhouse Showdown”. The first 100 visitors have the opportunity to VOTE on the winning design!  EVERYONE who attends will have the opportunity to […]

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Construction is Under Way at Edgewater at Oakmont

Plum-Oakmont Patch The first family is expected to move in to the new housing plan in July. By Heidi Dezayas ,  June 3, 2011   Construction crews are back on track with building new homes at the Edgewater at Oakmont housing development. After recent weeks of nonstop rain, crews weren’t making much progress, said Jason Corna, […]

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Steel-town brownfields becoming waterside homes, offices

By The Tribune-Review on May 10, 2011 Tom and Deneen Loughran like living in Pleasant Hills, but the empty-nesters have their sights set on a change: They are buying a $375,000 house in Oakmont along the Allegheny River. The couple found the Edgewater at Oakmont development attractive because of the diversity of homes it will […]

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Move over, Honolulu; Pittsburgh’s No. 1 in U.S.

London-based Economist Intelligence Unit lists the ‘Burgh as the ‘most livable city’ Tuesday, February 22, 2011 By Julie Percha, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette Chalk it up as another win for the City of Champions. A new study released Monday from the London-based Economist Intelligence Unit listed Pittsburgh as the “most livable city” in the U.S., […]

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