The Tribune Review is reporting that the Pittsburgh Stadium Authority delayed its approval of a $27.5 hotel by 45 days so that the developer can "have a dialogue" with North Side UNITED, which is seeking a CBA (North Side UNITED is affiliated with One Hill, I believe).
Bill Peduto, the city councilman who proposed the delay said that the land at issue is some of the most valuable land in western Pennsylvania, and the developer's exclusive right to develop it is analogous to a public subsidy. Mr. Peduto also stated that "it's not just about the hotel development, it's about the future development that occurs between the stadiums as well and making sure that it connects back into the neighborhood."
Does this mean that Pittsburgh is changing its tune about CBAs? Maybe. The mayor hasn't commented on the possible hotel CBA yet, though.