New York-based JMC Holdings has boomeranged from total rejection to unanimous approval from the Pittsburgh Planning Commission in its bid to build a new 23-story office tower at 1501 Penn in the Strip District.

The commission voted to approve the plan for a new design for the project at its regularly scheduled meeting, with board chair Christine Mondor praising the developer and its design firm, Brooklyn-based Brandon Haw Architecture, for the various changes they made to the plan.

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