Gateway Towers (PA) condominium plans to inspect windows after pair of incidents

The Gateway Towers condominium building Downtown advertises operable windows as one of its selling points. But lately, residents haven’t been able to use them — by order of management.  That edict was issued after two incidents in which large window panes dislodged during storms and fell to the ground, forcing management and the building’s condo association to block off sidewalks near the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh hotel and order other safety measures.    Read the article…………


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