With a mission to improve the lives of Homewood’s children and simultaneously reweave the fabric of the community in which they live, Homewood Children’s Village has become a true beacon of hope! A beacon for its children and all community members to grow in, thrive in, stay in, and to return to. Homewood Children’s Village […]
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“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. Mike Carnahan was not afraid of challenge and controversy, especially when it came to his passionate advocacy for sustainable transformation and dedication to […]
In the 1990s, Highmark Inc., a subsidiary of Highmark Health located their Pittsburgh offices in Penn Avenue Place. These offices were designed and renovated based upon green building principles before there was a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system. The turn-of-the-century department store building was renovated as opposed to being torn down […]
An Interview with John Brooks, BRINC Building Products Always a builder and construction person at heart, former Lumber Grader John Brooks spent two years of his “spare” time as a young, single dad remodeling his home in the small town of New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. John had full custody of his two children – 7 and 8 […]
Most everybody wants to do the right thing if they can. This includes professionals in the built environment – developers, builders, interior designers, and architects. But it’s not always easy to know where to go or how to do it. Connecting That’s where the genius of Monmade comes in. Originally a nonprofit program of […]
Due to concerns of COVID-19, we are cancelling this year’s Pittsburgh 2030 District Progress Report Reception and will be releasing all results in a digital format.
GBA is following guidelines from the CDC and local health and government officials, and will keep our community safer and healthier by cancelling this in-person event. We are so proud of the many Property, Community, and Resource Partners that make the Pittsburgh 2030 District a success, and are excited to unveil our 2019 progress in a digital format.
Though we are saddened to not convene our partners, we are excited to share their great work via an interactive, digital version of the report that will live on GBA’s website. The Report will be live on May 12, 2020.
The Pittsburgh 2030 District remains the largest District in the world and we look forward to sharing their continued success in 2019!
For those who have already registered for this event, GBA will be issuing refunds within the next two weeks.
If you paid for a ticket and haven’t received a refund by March 31st, please contact Paige Colao at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Mister Rogers Neighborhood” debuted in 1966 to a Pittsburgh that was about to embark on a total economic overhaul. Its foundation as the world’s mecca of steel manufacturing was shaken by a shifting world economy that would send Pittsburgh into economic upheaval. While Mr. Rogers began asking, “Won’t you be my neighbor?” neighborhoods throughout the […]
For Tami Dixon, the world is her theatre. As the Principal Creative and Co-Founder of Bricolage Production Company in Pittsburgh, she’s brought countless stories of quirk to Pittsburgh audiences, in addition to acting, writing, and directing virtually any sort of interactive experience. We discuss how she fell in love with the arts, her critically acclaimed […]
A Review of Richard Rhodes’ Energy: A Human History How do we make energy for all? Well, Science Historian Richard Rhodes’ Energy: A Human History attempts to answer that question by looking at the past 500 years of European and North American history. More of a read for policy wonks than technocrats, Energy won’t bring […]
For more than a quarter of a century, Pittsburgh has been building healthier and more environmentally responsible buildings. In September of 1993, a roomful of volunteers decided that Pittsburgh could do better. Just a few months earlier, a start-up called the US Green Building Council convened its first meeting, and it would be another five years until […]