Urban Redevelopment Agency of Pittsburgh

Incorporated in 1946, the Urban Redevelopment Agency of Pittsburgh (URA) undertook the first privately financed downtown redevelopment project in the United States— Gateway Center. Since then, the URA has constructed and rehabilitated tens of thousands of homes, reclaimed thousands of acres of environmentally contaminated brownfield and riverfront sites, and assisted hundreds of businesses in neighborhoods throughout Pittsburgh.  Its Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship has a range of loan programs designed to help finance commercial real estate and small and medium size business development, as well as a network of technical assistance providers and partners to help businesses start, improve, and grow.

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