Interested in learning more about what is happening on the Almono Site and its vision for sustainability? Join members of the project team during the Green Building Alliance Bike Tour of the Site on July 19th.
Learn more and sign-up for the event on GBA's website.
Micro-districts? Photovoltaics? District heating and cooling? The latest in renewable energy and creative financing?
We are seeking expertise and interest from those that could deliver a creative and adaptable approach to district energy for the site, whether that is the ‘complete’ solution or one element of a broader, comprehensive approach.
Pennsylvania city rivalries aside, this is a great article on what makes Pittsburgh so unique and its success in transforming itself in the past two decades. Read about how "One City in Pennsylvania is Poised to Crush the 21st Century … but it’s not Philadelphia. How Pittsburgh positioned itself as a tech and innovation power player,"at Philadelphia Magazine.
The Heinz Endowment's latest issue of h Magazine showcases the Almono development site in the Hazelwood neighborhood and the planning, construction, and vision for the site. Find out more and read the full magazine at The Heinz Endowment's website.
Urban Land Institute Pittsburgh is hosting a breakfast Almono update session with Rebecca Flora at the Rivers Club on April 13, 2017 from 8 to 10am. To learn more about the event and register visit the ULI event page.
Named one of Pittsburgh's developments to watch, check out NextPittsburgh's mention of Almono in Sandra Tolliver's article.
Over @Pittsburgh's NPR News Station, Sarah Schneider's written an excellent description of the (first) road to the finish line, and Almono's initial infrastructure investment.
Learn more about the Almono site's first development - the repurposing of an old mill building - by reading Maya Henry's article on the Mill 19 building @NextPittsburgh.
An excellent article and photo documentation by Patrick Doyle and Megan Harris @Pittsburgh's NPR News Station, on how past and future industry will help shape the site's development.
Read Deb Smit's piece on Almono, and its potential in Next Pittsburgh.
Named as one of 11 development projects in Pittsburgh to get excited about, Almono gets a mention by Caroline Gerdes in Pop City's latest article.
In an article by Jeff Swensen, New York Times took a look at how public and private investment could reshape Pittsburgh's riverfront through the Almono site.
A follow-up story by Jeff Fraser in h Magazine examines a renewed vision for the former steel mill site in the Spring 2012 issue, produced by The Heinz Endowments.