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Humane Animal Rescue

Pittsburgh, PA (2016)

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

COMMUNITY IMPACT
  • 15 FTE jobs
  • 110 construction jobs
FINANCING SOURCES
  • NMTC amount: $7,720,000
  • Total Project Costs: $16,827,006
  • CDE:
PROJECT LOCATION

6926 Hamilton Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15208

Project Description

The Animal Rescue League’s Forever Home project developed a new 40,000 sq. ft. animal rescue facility on 4 acres of land. It was a major, anchor investment in the severely distressed Homewood neighborhood. The project includes modern animal housing, expanded veterinary capabilities, a pet retail establishment, educational and community rooms, and secure public trails for pet walking, and is supported as consistent with the community plan pursued by the City of Pittsburgh and local community groups. The Forever Home is an attractive, inviting facility to serve as a catalyst for further investment from outside the community, as the Animal Rescue League attracts approximately 700 visitors per week (36,400 annually). The Animal Rescue League’s Forever Home project will include approximately 1,750 sq. ft. of community meeting space equipped with the latest technology for media presentations as well as an attached kitchenette for food preparation, all of which are available for public use.