5006 Second Avenue, Pittsburgh PA
The Hazelwood by David Lewis
Date Completed: June 2015
Program: 14,000 SF of commercial space occupied by Hazelwood Branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children, and the Hazelwood Family Support Center
Total Development Cost: $2.5M
Funding Partners: Heinz Endowments, PNC Bank, Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh
Community Partners: Hazelwood Initiative, Greater Hazelwood Community Collaborative
Development Team: Nelcon Construction, Iams Consulting
ACTION-Housing redeveloped the former Hazelwood Presbyterian Church into a multi-tenant Center for non-profits serving the Hazelwood Community. With the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh as the anchor tenant on the top floor, two other family focused non-profits moved into the building in June 2015.
Development of this building is part of ACTION-Housing’s larger effort in Hazelwood which has resulted in the re-development of the former D’Imperios Market and the Spahr building, creating 10,000 SF of repurposed first floor commercial space and two upper floor apartments and development of a new parking lot for our bakery tenant. This work in concentrated on 2nd Avenue between the 4800 and 5000 blocks.