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Smith: Paint the Burgh among new businesses open in Carnegie area

Charlotte Smith
| Saturday, December 10, 2016 12:31 a.m

Several new businesses have opened in the area.

• Paint the Burgh has opened in Scott Towne Center, 2101 Greentree Road, Scott Township, offering sip-and-paint fun for children’s and adult parties, “girls’ night out,” family gatherings, bachelorette and holiday parties and more. Call 215-279-8400 to schedule.

• Wilke & Associates has moved from Carnegie to 1721 Cochran Road, Suite 200, Scott Township. They offer certified public accountant consultations, tax preparation and audits. Call 412-278-2200 for more details.

• Equipment & Controls Africa has also moved from Carnegie to 1721 Cochran Road, Suite 200, Scott. It offers technical support, consultations, projects and training in the refinery field. Call 412-489-3000 for details.

• Pittsburgh Aerial Silks has opened inside the Greentree Sports Complex, 600 Iron City Drive, Green Tree. Owned by Holly Dayton-Kirby, the facility offers aerial and circus classes for ages 5 through adult, along with aerial yoga, Fit Mama prenatal classes, and aerial fitness. It sponsors Dans L’air aerial dance team. There are group and private lessons. Parties can be arranged as well. Call 412-681-0111 for a schedule and pricing.

• Natuzzi Leatherworks has opened inside Today’s Home, 1840 Greentree Road, Scott. This collection of sofas and accessories is designed and made in Italy. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 12 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Call 412-343-0505 for more information.

• Tailored Living of Pittsburgh has opened at 300 Old Pond Road, Suite 206-B, South Fayette. Providing storage and home organization systems for homes and businesses, owners Rogerio and Tatiana Galante utilize a 3-D design system during their free consultation to demonstrate their ideas before the items are professionally installed. Call 412-668-4544 for an appointment.

Other new local business incorporations as reported in recent state filings include:

• The Symposium Group, 1597 Obey St., Crafton (commercial cleaning)

• DJ Entertainment, 1215 Foster Ave., Crafton (nightlife entertainment company)

• Chase the Dream Childcare & Early Learning Home, 14 Arnold St., Crafton

• Harps & Willows, 3524 Washington Pike, Bridgeville (consulting services for faith communities)

• Soul Shop, 3524 Washington Pike, Bridgeville (train and educate in suicide awareness or prevention)

• Sedans & Vans on Demand, 371 Redrome Circle West, Bridge­ville (livery service)

• Clare’s Cleaning Services, 303 Reamer Ave., Carnegie

• Grace International Student Agency, 2465 Rose Garden Road, Green Tree (international students’ educational consulting service).

Charlotte Smith is a Tribune-Review contributing writer. Reach her at 724-693-9441 or

Editor’s Note: Natuzzi Leatherworks is located inside Today’s Home at 1840 Greentree Road in Scott. The Dec. 15 print edition of The Signal Item incorrectly identifies the municipality.

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