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Real estate notes: Dollar Tree sign approval sought

| Saturday, April 25, 2015, 9:00 p.m.

• Northside Real Estate LP will seek the approval of the Pittsburgh Zoning Board of Adjustment of plans to place a sign for Dollar Tree at 1516 Brighton Road.

• 2414 Morgan LLC wants to use a portion of the first floor and basement of 5967 Broad St., East Liberty, as a restaurant.

• 1908 E. Carson St. LLC seeks permission for a sidewalk cafe at 1908 E. Carson St., South Side.

• Terminal Leasing Inc. wants permission to construct a four-story office building at 2575 Smallman St., Strip District.

• Saint Clair Apartments LP wants to use an existing three-story structure at 5810-12 Rippey St., East Liberty, as two residential units for 12 persons in each unit.

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