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Remaking Hazelwood, Remaking Pittsburgh
Remaking Hazelwood, Remaking Pittsburgh
  • Elise Gatti, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Luis Rico-Gutierrez, Carnegie Mellon University
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In 2006, the RCI convened and facilitated the interaction of a select group of technology visionaries to discuss the future of the Pittsburgh region. Hazelwood was their focus, a community located along the Monongahela River in Pittsburgh’s southeast end and home to one of Pittsburgh's largest remaining riverfront brownfield sites, the 178-acre ALMONO site. The result of a two-year investigation by the RCI into the history, conditions and future of Hazelwood, the book outlines a comprehensive and sustainable approach to the revitalization of Hazelwood through the redevelopment of the ALMONO site. The recommendations incorporated ideas produced by students enrolled in the 2007 - 2008 Urban Laboratory: Community and Urban Design Studio.
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Elise Gatti and Luis Rico-Gutierrez. Remaking Hazelwood, Remaking Pittsburgh. Remaking Hazelwood, Remaking Pittsburgh (2009)
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