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February Events Around Pittsburgh & Bakery Square

February Events Around Pittsburgh & Bakery Square

Fall in loooooooove with activities around Pittsburgh! Read more

January Events Around Pittsburgh and Bakery Square

January Events Around Pittsburgh and Bakery Square

Ring in the new year with winter activities to do with your friends and family! Read more

Walnut Capital's Year in Review: 2022

Walnut Capital's Year in Review: 2022

2022 was a great year for Walnut Capital - not only for our employees and residents but also for our communities and fellow yinzers. We've compiled some of our favorite takeaways from an action-packed year in Pittsburgh. Read more

December Events Around Pittsburgh and Bakery Square

December Events Around Pittsburgh and Bakery Square

Ring in the holidays with joyful events around Pittsburgh and Bakery Square! Read more

November Events Around Pittsburgh and Bakery Square

November Events Around Pittsburgh and Bakery Square

It's the start of the holiday season and there are plenty of things going on around Pittsburgh for you to explore and enjoy. Read more

Local leaders, developer break ground on project to connect Larimer, Homewood to East End

Local leaders, developer break ground on project to connect Larimer, Homewood to East End

Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, Walnut Capital Developer and community members from Larimer and Homewood met Thursday morning to break ground on a multi-model road project intended to connect the neighborhoods to jobs and amenities in the East End. Read more

Bakery Square to add a new Richard DeShantz restaurant, plus Jeni's ice cream

Bakery Square to add a new Richard DeShantz restaurant, plus Jeni's ice cream

As Richard DeShantz Restaurant Group looks to expand its portfolio in the Pittsburgh area, take a bite (and sip) of this: An izakaya restaurant is headed to Bakery Square. Read more

Abandoned road behind Bakery Square to become one of Pittsburgh's only public 'living' streets

Abandoned road behind Bakery Square to become one of Pittsburgh's only public 'living' streets

"County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Mayor William Peduto announced plans to transform an abandoned road behind Bakery Square into one of the city's only public 'living' streets." Read more