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Construction on $18.2M Wesley Family Services complex starts in New Kensington

Tom Davidson
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Workers from Pittsburgh-based Mistick Construction work at the site of the Pioneer Apartments complex on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. Wesley Family Services is building a four-story, 36-unit building on a former parking lot between 10th and 11th streets and Fourth Avenue and Cherry Alley in New Kensington. It’s expected to cost $18.2 million.
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Tom Davidson | Tribune-Review
Workers from Pittsburgh-based Mistick Construction work at the site of the Pioneer Apartments complex on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. Wesley Family Services is building a four-story, 36-unit building on a former parking lot between 10th and 11th streets and Fourth Avenue and Cherry Alley in New Kensington. It’s expected to cost $18.2 million.
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Tom Davidson | Tribune-Review
Workers from Pittsburgh-based Mistick Construction work at the site of the Pioneer Apartments complex on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. Wesley Family Services is building a four-story, 36-unit building on a former parking lot between 10th and 11th streets and Fourth Avenue and Cherry Alley in New Kensington. It’s expected to cost $18.2 million.
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Tom Davidson | Tribune-Review
Workers from Pittsburgh-based Mistick Construction work at the site of the Pioneer Apartments complex on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. Wesley Family Services is building a four-story, 36-unit building on a former parking lot between 10th and 11th streets and Fourth Avenue and Cherry Alley in New Kensington. It’s expected to cost $18.2 million.
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Tom Davidson | Tribune-Review
Workers from Pittsburgh-based Mistick Construction work at the site of the Pioneer Apartments complex on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. Wesley Family Services is building a four-story, 36-unit building on a former parking lot between 10th and 11th streets and Fourth Avenue and Cherry Alley in New Kensington. It’s expected to cost $18.2 million.
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Tom Davidson | Tribune-Review
Workers from Pittsburgh-based Mistick Construction work at the site of the Pioneer Apartments complex on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. Wesley Family Services is building a four-story, 36-unit building on a former parking lot between 10th and 11th streets and Fourth Avenue and Cherry Alley in New Kensington. It’s expected to cost $18.2 million.

Site preparation work has started on the Pioneer Apartments complex being built by Wesley Family Services in a former parking lot between 10th and 11th streets and Fourth Avenue and Cherry Alley in New Kensington. The four-story, 36-unit building is expected to cost $18.2 million.

Construction is expected to be completed and the building opened by July 2020.

On Tuesday, earth movers from Pittsburgh-based Mistick Construction were busy clearing the site.

Tom Davidson is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tom at 724-226-4715, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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