Hazelwood Green is a total of 178 acres. With 165 acres, the Almono Limited Partnership (Almono LP) is the primary land owner. The Regional Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC) owns 12.6 acres, which encompasses the Mill 19 building.
The Regional Industrial Development Corporation of Southwestern Pennsylvania is a non-profit developer.
The 178-acre Hazelwood Green site is managed by Almono LLC, the general partner of Almono LP. The members of Almono LLC include representatives from the three foundation owners. Rebecca Flora, was retained in November 2016, to serve as the Authorized Agent for Almono LLC and overall Project Director. The Hazelwood Green project team includes ReMake Group providing sustainability and specialized planning and project management expertise, and Oxford Development providing professional services for site management and construction activity. The project team is also supported by local and national consultants retained for specific activities. The project team works collaboratively with non-government organizations, government agencies and the Hazelwood community to advance best practices in sustainable development by utilizing the site and its development as a proving ground for new ideas to transform practice and policy.
Prior to the formation of the new Hazelwood Green project team in late-2016, RIDC was the sole member of Almono LLC and directed all site activity that included: planning and design work, site remediation, site fill and grading, and construction of the first access road and green infrastructure system through the site. RIDC transitioned from their early role in site development to that of vertical developer of the Mill 19 building and adjacent parcels to the east.
Hazelwood Green is fortunate to have a community of collaborators and partners. This community is comprised of neighborhood, institution, organizational partners, and tenants.