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This New Housing Complex Has A Bonus: A 23-Acre Farm

The Hilltop Farm development in Pittsburgh has an interesting amenity: an urban agriculture center, so your food is especially local. In the St. Clair neighborhood in Pittsburgh’s South Side–a community struggling with poverty and filled with vacant lots–it can be hard to attract new residents. A development in planning now will try something new to achieve that: a housing complex will come with its own 23-acre urban farm.
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