Diamonte Walker, Deputy Director, URA, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

For Pittsburgh, affordable housing has to be more than a laudable goal. It is development that is best achieved when all forces – public, private, philanthropic, and nonprofit alike – work together to deliver and maintain high quality, affordable housing opportunities for Pittsburgh residents. The innovative use of NMTC, as demonstrated by this partnership, exemplifies […]

201 Stanwix Street

The City High Charter School currently serves approximately 560 9th through 12th grade students of which 65% are low income as measured by the federal free/reduced lunch program and 14% receive special education services. The Verizon Building Project allowed City High Charter School to expand its physical facilities, improve upon its educational capabilities, and admit […]

RIDC Mill 19A – Hazelwood Green

New construction of mixed-use building offering flex office, R&D and high-bay light-industrial maker space. Phase 1 included 95,000 sq. ft. of flex-office space with Carnegie Mellon University as an anchor tenant.

Humane Animal Rescue

Construction of a state-of-the-art Animal Resource Center in the Homewood Neighborhood.

Light of Life

New construction of a 24,600 sq. ft. homeless shelter serving men, women, and children. The facility will include 50 beds and will provide case management and substance abuse recovery services as well as life skills training, meal ministry, chapel ministry, housing referrals and street outreach. Light of Life Rescue Mission has provided food, shelter, and […]

Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank

With over 400 partner agencies and seven Partner Distribution Organizations, this Food Bank serves in sourcing, warehousing, and distribution while actively confronting issues of chronic hunger, poor nutrition and health for the 11-county area they serve. When the Food Bank’s renovation and expansion plans were cut short due to Covid, and funds raised for the […]

Womens Center and Shelter

Pittsburgh’s Women’s Center and Shelter (WCS) had been located since 1994 in a converted three story 38,000 sq. ft. former automobile showroom in the North Oakland neighborhood. WCS sought $12.5 million in NMTC allocation to make necessary improvements that resulted in an expansion of the shelter to 48 beds from the existing 36, enhance living […]

The Energy Innovation Center

The Energy Innovation Center is a renovation of approximately 160,000 sq.ft. of space at the former Connelley Trade School for reuse as an Innovation Center for energy efficiency, alternative energy and energy production.

Piatt Place

Rehab of a 265,000 squarefoot vacant department store in downtown Pittsburgh.

East Liberty Transit Center

A multi-agency effort, which includes the City of Pittsburgh, Port Authority of Allegheny County and East Liberty Development Corporation, to assemble and redevelop six acres of blighted or obsolete commercial and publicly-owned property located along the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway, and construct a state-of-the-art multimodal transit center in the East Liberty neighborhood. The […]

East Liberty Portal

The revitalization of a major gateway into the East Liberty neighborhood, which has been undergoing a major transformation after years of blight.

Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

Construction and renovation of historic building for expansion of a children’s museum and relocation of a charter school and other nonprofit organizations. The expansion creates the largest cultural campus for children in the US and houses MuseumLab, an experiential learning space whereparticipants of all ages can learn design, construction, and engineering skills, supported through facilitation […]

Bakery Square

The Bakery Square project is a critical catalyst in the revitalization of the East Liberty Section of Pittsburgh.

Alphabet City

City of Asylum Pittsburgh is a Pittsburgh nonprofit organization that was co-founded by Henry Reese and his wife Diane Samuels in 2004 with the goal of creating a thriving community for writers, readers, and neighbors.

7800 Susquehanna Street

The renovation of an existing five-story 135,800 sq. ft. industrial building located in the Homewood neighborhood of Pittsburgh for the purpose accommodating creative start-up and nascent entrepreneurial business activity. The project was financed in part with new markets tax credits. Bridgeway Capital transforms 7800 Susquehanna Street (7800) into a beacon of economic opportunity for Homewood. […]

421 7th Avenue

The 421 Seventh Avenue building is located on a prominent corner in the Pittsburgh Central Downtown Historic District, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places of the U.S Department of Interior. Redeveloping and restoring the building has not only renewed a beautiful Renaissance Revival structure, but has also continued the traditional contribution […]