Pittsburgh 2030 District

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Performance Measures for Downtown Development Plus Local & Regional Mobility

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, a civic educational, entertainment, and economic powerhouse for over three decades, hosted Pittsburgh 2030 District Partners for the January Partner Meeting. Trust employees shared their principles for the development of the 8th Street block as they continue to lead the transformation of Downtown’s Cultural District. Attendees also got a sneak peek […]

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So Long, 2016! Here’s Where 2017 is Taking Us!

2017 will bring challenges and opportunities for green buildings and sustainability.  However, we at GBA like to look on the bright side, so here’s some positive perspectives from GBA staff about what we’re excited about in 2017 – along with what we’re proud of accomplishing in 2016. Ryan In 2017, I look forward to finding […]

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The Fourth Metric: Indoor Air Quality and the Pittsburgh 2030 District

If you’re familiar with the Pittsburgh 2030 District, you can probably name the goals of the 2030 Challenge for Planning off the top of your head: 50% reductions (below baselines) for energy, water, and transportation emissions for existing buildings. But did you know that the Pittsburgh 2030 District has indoor air quality as a fourth […]

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Clean Power Plan Support in Op-Ed by Mayors of Pittsburgh & Philadelphia

Mayor Peduto of Pittsburgh and Mayor Kenney of Philadelphia have spoken out in support not only of a new federal power plan, but also a way to comply that puts those most vulnerable (those who spend the highest portion of their income on energy bills) first. The Clean Power Plan aims to reduce carbon pollution from […]

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One Hundred Property Partners = Milestone Success!

The Pittsburgh 2030 District hit another major milestone on October 21, adding YWCA Greater Pittsburgh as its 100th Property Partner! Besides committing its headquarters located on Wood Street in Downtown Pittsburgh, the YWCA also plans to implement lessons learned through participation at locations in Homewood-Brushton and Allison Park. Located in Pittsburgh since 1867, YWCA Greater […]

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Northside Development Plans Energy Upgrades, Bike Lanes and Uptown to Get a New District Energy Plant

New development projects are at the forefront of revitalization in Pittsburgh. Faros Properties’ newest property, Nova Place (formerly known as Allegheny Center Mall), brings about exciting growth on Pittsburgh’s Northside. Plus we heard from NRG as they expand into Uptown with their latest project – a new district energy plant. Hosted by Faros Properties at […]

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Pittsburgh 2030 District Expands into Northside, DCNR Secretary Commits Point State Park

The Pittsburgh 2030 District has expanded its boundary – for the 3rd time in as many years – into the Northside. The District, already the largest among 13 participating cities in North America, continues to grow at a record pace. In 2016 alone, the Pittsburgh 2030 District has gained commitments from 41 buildings representing 8 million square feet via agreements with 14 new property partners. […]

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Historic Synagogue Upgrades, Restaurant Tracking, and Water Baseline Update

The August Pittsburgh 2030 District Partner Meeting took place at Rodef Shalom, a historical gem designed by Henry Hornbostel around the turn of the 20th century. During our visit, we learned about and toured the facility, got updates from the Pittsburgh 2030 District team, and heard the interesting findings of an in-depth restaurant energy assessment. After Pittsburgh 2030 District […]

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Combined Heat and Power, Socially Responsible Microgrids, and Business Bike Support

This July’s Pittsburgh 2030 District Partner Meeting took place at Duquesne University, where an on-site Energy Center produces electricity, steam, and chilled water to provide most of the campus’ power. The meeting also included presentations on bike transportation and socially responsible microgrids. We finished with a tour into the heart of the University’s combined heat and […]

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Can we transform the built environment by 2030?

Cities and municipalities are becoming the solution to sustainability through initiatives like Architecture 2030’s 2030 Districts (and GBA’s Pittsburgh 2030 District) and New York City’s Stronger, More Resilient action plan. Throughout the country, and across the world, cities are setting energy efficiency goals and regulatory requirements, striving to meet aggressive reduction targets and drive environmentally responsible behavior. The Pittsburgh 2030 District, comprised […]

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