Housing Authority City of Pittsburgh

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A nearly 80-year-old public housing complex in the Hill District is in the running for millions of dollars of federal redevelopment funds as the community nears the end of a two-year planning process.

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The Housing Authority of Pittsburgh will be able to further a program aimed at helping guide low-income residents through financial barriers, especially housing issues, with the help of federal funding provided Monday. 

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded more than $2 million to housing agencies across the Commonwealth to pay for Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) program coordinators. The Housing Authority of Pittsburgh will get $304,529 of that and another $169,307 will go to the Allegheny County Housing Authority.