Source: Pittsburgh Business Times POMO Development is getting started on building 26 custom homes on a Mount Washington site next to the neighborhood’s Emerald View Park. The project is being marketed by Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services, and it will include three- and four-bedroom homes priced starting at $425,000. The development team held a groundbreaking

Earthen Fort a Centerpiece

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Source: Trib Live Jeff Paul’s company bought some land and ended up with a fort. Now the fort is playing a role in the 26-home Woods at Bradley Street development in Mt. Washington. “We think this might be the best way people have in seeing what these forts were all about,” said Paul, president of

Source: Pittsburgh Business Times Jeff Paul is unearthing a plan to build a street on Mount Washington last considered in the 1940s for 26 homes called The Woods at Bradley Street. “The street was never developed so people don’t really know that it exists,” said Paul. Paul, whose Pomo Development recently completed the sold-out Sweetbriar

Source: NPR On Mount Washington, in the woods between Fingal and Greenleaf streets, there’s a mound of dirt that’s been getting a lot of attention lately. It’s about a hundred feet across and was created during the summer of 1863, as Confederate troops were heading to Gettysburg. Ilyssa Manspeizer, director of Park Development and Conservation

Source: POP City Media  Developer Jeff Paul has already built more than 40 homes on Mt. Washington, but his new project includes an especially historic touch. Tentatively called the Bradley Street Redoubt, Paul’s plan to construct 26 housing units and a park includes the preservation of Pittsburgh’s last known Civil War fortification. “The cool thing about

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette  By Len Barcousky / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Two tall pine trees mark the borders of what developer Jeffrey Paul proposes as the site for 26 homes and a small park preserving the remains of a Civil War fort. The subdivision, tentatively named “The Redoubt at Bradley Street,” would create a half-acre of open space