Neighborhood Happenings

It was a beautiful day for Open Streets through the Strip District. We can’t wait to experience it next year when the shops and restaurants are open at The Produce Terminal and 1600 Smallman.

1600 Smallman

Anticipated construction activities include:

  • Duquesne Light is finishing up their work in Mulberry Way.
  • The masons are concluding Smallman Street cleaning and restoration and will be moving to Mulberry Way and using swing stages.
  • Digging for sanitary lines will occur in Mulberry Way.
  • Interior demolition is ongoing.
  • The demolished building areas will be backfilled.
  • Structural steelwork for the roof is underway.
Produce Terminal

Anticipated construction activities include:

  • Lintel replacement is underway.
  • Foundations are being poured for the Smallman Street hardscape in Phase 1.
  • Passageway concrete demolition in Phase 2 will occur.
  • Interior demolition of Phase 4 will commence.
Contemporary Craft Workshops

Contemporary Craft is partnering with Construction Junction to present a series of artist-led, hands-on art workshops focused on creative reuse that will be offered at Construction Junction (214 N Lexington Street) on the 2nd Saturday of each month. The first workshop from the CC/CJ Partnership Program is one of our most popular workshops – Tin Can Collage led by West Virginia artist Artist Robert Villamagna on Saturday, July 13! Robert is passionate about working with found materials, he is especially attracted to those items that show use, wear and even some rust. He works to give that discarded piece of metal, or that old photograph, a new life, a different life, and it becomes part of my creative process. Register for this workshop at http://bit.ly/cc-cj-partnership and transform metal containers into a cool piece of artwork!