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Pittsburgh Affordable Housing Is Replaced by Whole Foods Store in Epitome of Gentrification

Click here for reuse options! For decades, poor residents of East Liberty found refuge in Penn Plaza. Now it's being demolished. Suzette and Richard Haroldton (not their real names) watched as the roof of the small house they rented caved in. When rainwater finally seeped through the ceiling, they decided to split. “The landlord was not going to fix it,” recalls Suzette.
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