By Natasha Lindstrom
Published in Pittsburgh Tribune Review
“Three newly paved public streets, freshly painted bike lanes and innovative landscaping features are among the latest visible signs of activity taking shape at Hazelwood Green, a 178-acre development along the Monongahela River that’s been in the works for nearly two decades.
The infrastructure improvements, which took two years to design and one to build out, signal another step toward attracting investments and tenants to the brownfield owned by a consortium of foundation leaders under the group Almono LP. The foundations funded the project via loans to Almono Group, which also is getting help in the form of state tax credits.”