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Real Estate Notes: Zoning approval sought for East Liberty restaurant

| Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016, 2:45 p.m.

• Robert O. and Janet L. Simon will seek the approval of the Pittsburgh Zoning Board of Adjustment to use a two-story building at 5925 Baum Blvd., East Liberty, as a restaurant.

• URA of Pittsburgh seeks permission to renovate 1802 Jancey St., Morningside, with a three-story addition for use as housing for the elderly with 46 units.

• Ricardo W. Cottrell wants to use 1,360 square feet of the first floor of 721 Brushton Ave., Homewood South, as a club.

• Deprived Poor Americans wants permission to use a portion of 8033 Bennett St., East Hills, for vehicle and equipment repair.

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