“Greater Hazelwood is a diverse and welcoming community for people of all incomes and backgrounds. Our future is driven by the leadership of community residents…”
– In 2019, the Hazelwood community launched a neighborhood plan guided by The North Star.
Hazelwood Green is envisioned as a model for the transformative redevelopment of an urban brownfield into a center of innovation that fuels Pittsburgh’s new economy while remaining grounded in the principles of sustainability, equity, and inclusive economic opportunity.
Hazelwood Green Plaza
The two-acre Plaza at the heart of Hazelwood Green, at Lytle St. and Eliza St., opened to the public in January 2021. There you’ll find art installations by Carin Mincemoyer, Eddie Opat, and John Peña, as well as a tree nursery curated by Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy and Hazelwood organization POORLAW.