Hazelwood Green is...
A unique 178-acre site with a prominent riverfront location and plateau terrain that offers an extraordinary opportunity to become a premier mixed-use development and innovation hub. The site will also feature unparalleled public open spaces, which over-time will re-open the mile and-a-half of shoreline to the surrounding community. The site's owners have established sustainability goals for the site that will attract emerging market opportunities and serve as a catalyst for best practices in the multiple fields of sustainability. As such, Hazelwood Green will be a place for market-based solutions and serve as a living laboratory not only for new technology, but for innovative design and development approaches. The site’s design and its development program provide for integration with the existing urban fabric conditions, and have built-in flexibility for adaptability and resilience to evolving changes in external conditions.
With the renaming of the development as "Hazelwood Green," Rebecca Flora (Authorized Agent and Project Director) ushered in a new era for the site on October 13, 2017....
On October 25, 2017, Carnegie Mellon University and the ARM Institute announced its lease for a portion of the first phase of Mill 19's re-development. Read and learn more in CMU's news story: Future of Manufacturing To Rise Within Abandoned Steel Mill.
On November 13th (8-10am), join ULI for a dialogue with Pittsburgh Active Transportation Trailblazers, and how their organizations are investing and advocating for non-motorized transportation and infrastructure.
Read about how innovation, place-making, and Pittsburgh fit together in the recently released Brookings report by Scott Andes, Mitch Horowitz, Ryan Helwig, and Bruce Katz: Capturing the next economy: Pittsburgh's rise as a global innovation city.
Thank you to all the teams that submitted to Almono's Requests for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) for an Integrated Energy Service Provider (IESP)! Over the past two months, and after a detailed review by the project and advisory teams, we've selected...
Read the latest on the tech industry rise in Pittsburgh, and the universities' role in shifting and growing Pittsburgh's economic engines, in The New York Times article: Pittsburgh Gets a Tech Makeover.