East Liberty Transit Center Coming to Life- Pittsburgh Business Times

East Liberty Transit Center is Coming to Life Tim Schooley Make your way into East Liberty these days and you’ll be confronted by a multi-million dollar fishbowl of construction activity. It’s The Mosites Co.’s East Liberty Transportation Center development, otherwise known as East Side III, the final phase of a master planned project that will Read More …

Getting to the Core- Shady Ave Magazine

Getting to the Core- Shady Ave Magazine Getting to the Core Charlie Stewart East Liberty is a success story unfolding before our very eyes. Projects on the neighborhood’s periphery have been so well received that developers, hoping to fill the demand for more new restaurant, retail, office, apartment, and hotel spaces, are finally… Fall 2013 Read More …

Slumbering Pittsburgh Neighborhood Reawakens- New York Times

Slumbering Pittsburgh Neighborhood Reawakens Slumbering Pittsburgh Neighborhood Reawakens By CHRISTINE H. O’TOOLE Published: March 2, 2010 PITTSBURGH — In the 1950s, the East Liberty neighborhood five miles east of downtown was Pennsylvania’s third-largest shopping district, behind Center City Philadelphia and downtown Pittsburgh, with more than 500 local businesses and a population of 14,000. Enlarge This Read More …

Construction on Next Phase of Mosites Co.’s East Side Project Could Begin this Summer- CP Executive

Construction on Next Phase of Mosites Co.’s East Side Project Could Begin this Summer- CP Executive May 14, 2014 Construction on Next Phase of Mosites Co.’s East Side Project Could Begin This Summer By Adriana Pop, Associate Editor Local development company Mosites Co. is planning a summer construction start for Eastside III, a mixed-use, three-building Read More …

Eastside III and $52 million East Liberty Transit Center moving ahead together- Pop City

Eastside III and $52 million East Liberty Transit Center moving ahead together- Pop City Eastside III and $52 million East Liberty Transit Center moving ahead together ANDREW MOORE | WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2013 The planned Eastside III development will be centered on a new $52 million transit center and will include more than 360 apartments Read More …

One Building at a Time- Pop City

One Building at a Time- Pop City One Building at a Time ABBY MENDELSON | WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2006 EAST LIBERTY Steve Mosites was on fire. And what he was most on fire about was a pedestrian bridge from Shadyside to East Liberty, Ellsworth to Centre Avenues, over the Martin Luther King Busway, a way Read More …