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Almono Gets A Street And Its First Major Pathway To Development

03 Nov 2016 1:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

by Sarah Schneider, WESA Public Radio (Pittsburgh, PA)

Hazelwood's Almono site has its first a street - well, kind of.

Developers of the environmentally contaminated site, which is planned to become a hub for new housing, young workers and tech businesses, just got the money needed to finish its first infrastructure project. The three foundations that own the site, the Heinz Endowment, Richard King Mellon Foundation and Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation received a $9.5 million loan needed to finish the site's first completed street.

Part of the road is finished, but isn't completed. It's expected to be finished by March.


Though some have expressed fears that the Almono development will disenfranchise Hazelwood's existing population, Sonya Tilghman, executive director of the Hazelwood Initiative, said community groups are prioritizing a connection to the existing neighborhood. 


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