St. Clair Village

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St. Clair Village was a public housing project of the Pittsburgh Housing Authority. Originally built in the 1950s, with 680 apartments, it fell into disrepair and financial difficulty along with much public housing in the city and was completely demolished in September 2010[1] [2] It occupied the area of Pittsburgh also known as St. Clair.[3]

Notable Residents[edit]


40°24′28″N 79°58′33″W / 40.40778°N 79.97583°W / 40.40778; -79.97583

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CITY PLANS TO RAZE PUBLIC HOUSING THE DEMOLITION WILL ELIMINATE 25 PERCENT OF THE CITY'S UNITS" Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Aug 19, 1998
  2. ^ "St. Clair Village residents past and present remember complex as it used to be" Pittsburgh Post-Gazette July 24, 2006
  3. ^ St. Clair Village Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh