Pomo Development ready to start 26-home The Woods at Bradley Street

by / Wednesday, 09 July 2014 / Published in News

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 Village in the neighborhood, expects to begin construction on the privately funded road and the new single-family homes after receiving approval this week from the Pittsburgh Planning Commission.

He estimated the development will cost around $9 million to develop, with the new single-family homes expected to be priced starting at $425,000.

The project is slated for a 4.7-acre parcel on the back end of Mount Washington that is at the highest point in the hilltop neighborhood and abuts a 25-acre nature preserve owned by the Allegheny Land Trust. Paul said the property includes a Civil War-era redoubt, the remains of a fortification, that Paul expects to include in a park. The two-phase project is also expected to include trails through the nature preserve.