PCRG is a coalition of community leaders working for economic justice, equitable investment practices, and sufficient financial resources to revitalize communities throughout Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
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  • 21 Jul

    CARL Info Session on July 29th

      If you’re interested in buying a fixer-upper and would like to learn more about a unique financing option, PCRG _
    9 Jul

    Get Caught Up: Pittsburgh Land Bank Inaugural Meeting

    On Monday, July 6th at 1pm in City Council chambers, the six (6) appointed members of the full Pittsburgh Land _
  • 2 Jul

    Moving the Land Bank Forward

    In preparation for the inaugural land bank board meeting on Monday, July 6 (from 1-3PM in City Council Chambers - 414 _
    22 Jun

    CARL Info Session on June 30th

      If you’re interested in buying a fixer-upper and would like to learn more about a unique financing option, PCRG _
  • 9 Jun

    June 2015 Newsletter

    Table of Contents Member Highlight: GTECH Strategies Tell the Legislature to Expand Neighborhood Assistance Program Payday Lending is Zombie Politics _
    9 Jun

    Tell the Legislature to Expand NAP

    As a community development expert, you know the value of Pennsylvania’s Neighborhood Assistance Act (NAP). You also know that $18 _
  • “Sharpsburg is a community in transition. Like many neighborhoods in the Pittsburgh region these days, we are poised with many opportunities in addition to our challenges. Reimagining Communities is offering us compelling strategies to leverage the strength of our residents, real estate, and ultimately our capacity to serve and improve the community for all to enjoy.”

  • "The PCRG’s model of forming strong relationships between neighborhood groups, financial institutions, and local political leaders, has been very successful and is proof of what can be accomplished if all parties work together.”

  • "…PCRG has helped facilitate the development of mutually beneficial business relationships among its partners by providing a forum for bringing community developers and lenders together to creatively fund projects that may otherwise not have been considered financially viable.”

  • “Fair lending is a significant issue for our Bank and is central to our position as a mutual institution. The information in the PCRG Mortgage Lending Study illustrates that lending to all communities in Pittsburgh is a priority for us. It is very useful in demonstrating the Bank’s performance to financial regulators and in understanding how our efforts compare with other lenders.”

Member Highlights
GTECH Strategies
NeighborWorks Western PA
Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh
bloomfield-garfield corp
housing alliance of pennsylvania