Derek Stevens Announces
New Pittsburgh Restaurant
by Hal B. Klein
In December, Pittsburgh Magazine broke the news that Derek Stevens, the long-serving executive chef of Eleven Contemporary kitchen in the Strip District, would be leaving the big Burrito Restaurant Group to open his own restaurant. We left the story with “more details as this develops.” Now we have some of those details. Today, Stevens announced the name and location of his new concept. It’s called Union Standard, and it’ll be located in the Union Trust building Downtown. The historic building currently is undergoing a $100 million restoration. Union Standard will be housed on the ground and mezzanine floors, and will overlook Mellon Park. “I’m just really excited to bring this vision to life and put my own creative spin on things,” Stevens said in a press release.
Milhaus Presents 625-Unit
Lawrenceville Redevelopment Proposal
Mar 3, 2016 | www.bizjournals.com
Indianapolis-based Milhaus Ventures presented its plan to develop a 625-unit apartment community in Lawrenceville to the Zoning Board of Adjustment with conditional agreements in place from two key community organizations in the neighborhood, Lawrenceville Corp. and Lawrenceville United.
After recently paying $8.75 million for the 12.75-acre Arsenal Warehouse property at the corner of Butler and 40th Streets, Milhaus seeks two special exceptions from the ZBA, one to build multiunit residential on a site zoned urban industrial, and the other to build up to five stories in portions of the project, which expects to remain below a 60-foot height requirement.
It’s a project expected to cost between $125 million and $150 million that Milhaus has been working with the Lawrenceville Corp. and Lawrenceville United for nearly a year.
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