Additional parking for Norman Centre has been approved.
Upper St. Clair commissioners voted to allow expansion of the parking area to accommodate 22 more spaces in the office-retail complex, off Route 19. A retaining wall, guardrail and additional buffer features also are in the plans.
An as-yet-unnamed restaurant is taking the place of longtime tenant Pearl Vision, requiring more parking.
“We’re not at liberty to make an announcement as to who that is,” Robert Sapsara, vice president of Norman Centre management company Crossgates Inc., told commissioners at their meeting on Sept. 4.
Also at the meeting:
- Commissioners granted approval for renovations and additions at Friendship Village of South Hills, off Boyce Road.
- The public hearing for Bonefish Grill’s request to build an outdoor dining area was continued until Oct. 1. The restaurant, on an outparcel at South Hills Village, is expected to open in early December.