Developers Discuss Resolution to the Sale of the August Wilson Center for African American Culture

The August Wilson Center for African-American Culture in downtown Pittsburgh. Joe Wojcik
The August Wilson Center for African-American Culture in downtown Pittsburgh.
Joe Wojcik

New York-based developer 980 Liberty Partners and Pittsburgh-area foundations are exploring a possible resolution to the sale of the August Wilson Center for African American Culture, according to an interim report by court-appointed conservator Judith Fitzgerald, an article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette said Tuesday.

A status conference is scheduled for Wednesday.

980 Liberty Partners bid $9.5 million for the center and wants to put a 200-room hotel atop the center but allow the center to continue underneath.

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