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Real Estate Notes: OK sought for Brookline assisted-living home |

Real Estate Notes: OK sought for Brookline assisted-living home

| Saturday, November 14, 2015 9:00 p.m

• Recovery United Property Acquisition LLC will seek the approval of the Pittsburgh Zoning Board of Adjustment for plans to use 623 Brookline Blvd., Brookline, as an assisted-living home.

• Midwife Center for Birth & Women’s Health wants permission to add three stories to 2825 Penn Ave., Strip District, for use as a medical office.

• Lewis Dominique wants to use 3821 Chartiers Ave.,Windgap, as a child care facility for as many as 25 children.

• Oakdale Realty Capital Partners LP seeks permission to continue to use the upper floors of 2246 Wilson Ave., Perry South, as residential units and the first floor as an office.

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