“Within this sprawling former steel mill site, Hazelwood Green‘s two-acre public plaza is meant to be “an adaptable and innovative gathering and event space for those who work, reside in or visit Hazelwood Green and its neighborhood of Hazelwood,” according to an announcement about the project. . .
“Construction on the plaza is scheduled to begin in early 2019 and is due to be completed by late summer or early fall next year.
“‘We received an outstanding mix of proposals, but were most impressed by GGN and their understanding of the role of this first public space in shaping Hazelwood Green as a place, and for its important role within a larger system of well-loved civic centers in the City of Pittsburgh,” said Hazelwood Green project director Rebecca Flora in an announcement about the project.”
FULL STORY published June 11, 2018 via NEXTpittsburgh