New home construction in Western Pennsylvania increases 12 percent – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

New housing construction in the Pittsburgh region increased 12 percent during the first nine months of the year, according to a report released Thursday.

Total of new housing units in a six-county region rose to 2,155 compared with 1,923 last year, according to the report from Tall Timber Group, a Ross-based research and consulting firm for businesses in the residential and commercial construction industry.

Single-family housing construction permits issued during the January to September period rose to 1,264 from 1,232 for the same period last year, said Jeff Burd, president of Tall Timber. Permits for multifamily units reached 891 units compared with 691 during 2010.

via New home construction in Western Pennsylvania increases 12 percent – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

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