I don't see the issue here, those that live in Penn Plaza complex have been given monetary compensation for moving. Whether that compensation is paid by the private developer or the city of Pittsburgh. That being said, this is a private developer and they can choose to do whatever they like with their property. As for those crying gentrification is the root of all evil, take a look a few decades ago where the area was a drive through redlights, don't walk the streets. This city has made many strides with becoming a major player and those that expect a handout can move out of the way.
HEY WALDO MAYBE DONALD TRUMP WILL BUY YOU A NEW KEYBOARD SINCE CLEARLY YOUR CAPS LOCK IS STUCK ON AND YOUR PERIOD KEY DOESN'T WORK.
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