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Schenley restaurant proposal gets initial OK

| Thursday, May 27, 2010 12:00 a.m

Eat ‘n Park Hospitality Group’s proposal to build a restaurant in Schenley Plaza, Oakland, received “conceptual approval” of the Art Commission of Pittsburgh — but with conditions.

The commission Wednesday asked Mark Broadhurst, Eat ‘n Park’s director of concept development, to provide a landscaping plan for the site of its proposed $2 million restaurant, and to consider use of local artists to help design living walls and a proposed rain forest behind the restaurant.

Commission members applauded Eat ‘n Park’s decision to adopt recommendations they made at previous meetings. They were particularly happy over plans to provide a nearly glass wall along the Promenade walk in the plaza, the moving of the restaurant closer to Pennant Way, and providing a green roof on a portion of the building.

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