Location: Pittburgh, PA
Project Completion: 2018
This development was undertaken ahead of HUD financed construction within an empty parking lot in the Uptown neighborhood of Pirrsburgh. For this project CDC completed Phase IA and Phase IB/Geomorphological investigations in the project area. A historic, artifact bearing horizon was identified above intact foundation remains and other features. These features were assocaited with two former rows of residential dwellings with assocaited outbuildings that were formerly located in the project area. The artifacts were deposited when the buildings were demolished and the area filled to level the lots. The archaeological site was determined to be not eligible for the National Register of Historic Places and no additional work was neccessary for this project.