Steel plate squares are back in the city.
They’re back in a new place.
The square has been popping up across the city in recent weeks.
It’s called the Steel Plate.
The idea for the square was born by former city manager Mark Siegel and is a way to raise money for a local nonprofit called Steel Plate Pittsburgh.
The Steel Plate is a group of people that have been working on creating the square for about a year now.
The group is trying to raise about $10,000 to pay for supplies for the squares, which are designed to look like the original square but look much more modern.
They will be set up on the edge of the intersection of 14th and Jackson Streets.
The city is using some of the funds from the Square to purchase a small trailer to move the square from the intersection to the street.