Pittsburgh awarded state funding grant to upgrade historic Oliver Bath House

Pittsburgh awarded state funding grant to upgrade historic Oliver Bath House
Pennsylvania awarded the City of Pittsburgh a $100,000 grant from the state’s Historical & Museum Commission to renovate the Oliver Bath House in the South Side.

PITTSBURGH — Pennsylvania awarded the City of Pittsburgh a $100,000 grant from the state’s Historical & Museum Commission to renovate the Oliver Bath House in the South Side.

The funding will be used as part of the $3.5 million that is needed to renovate the 105-year-old indoor swimming facility which first opened in 1915. The city said it is now in the selection process to determine appropriate professional architects and historic preservation services for the bath house’s new design.

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