On August 28, 2014, the Pittsburgh 2030 District officially expanded into the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, making us the first 2030 District in the nation to have two distinct boundaries. The 22 Founding Property Partners in Oakland committed 244 buildings and 24.5 million square feet join our Downtown Partners in working towards 50% reductions in energy consumption, water use, and transportation emissions by the year 2030. With 62% of the buildings within the Oakland boundary (and 80.5% of the square footage), the Pittsburgh 2030 District: Oakland effort has great potential to continue making Pittsburgh's building stock more efficient.
Pittsburgh 2030 District: Oakland Founding Property Partners include:
- ALCO Parking
- Allegheny County
- Ansaldo STS
- Bellefield Presbyterian Church
- Carlow University
- Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
- Carnegie Mellon University
- Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
- Murland Associates Limited Partnership
- Oakland Planning and Development Corporation (OPDC)
- Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
- Pittsburgh Parking Authority
- Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy
- Rodef Shalom Congregation
- Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum Trust, Inc.
- St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral
- St. Paul Cathedral
- The Oakland Real Estate Company
- University of Pittsburgh
- Werrin & Gruendel Professional Corporation
- WQED Multimedia
New Pittsburgh 2030 District Community Partners include Oakland Business Improvement District (OBID), Oakland Planning and Development Corporation (OPDC), Oakland Task Force, Oakland Transportation Managagement Association (OTMA), and Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy. Direct Energy also became a new Pittsburgh 2030 District Resource Partner.
We’d like to say a special thank you to everyone who helped us celebrate: County Executive Rich Fitzgerald; Mayor William Peduto; Councilman Dan Gilman; our partners in Downtown and Oakland; District sponsors, funders, and supporters; and, finally, GBA members.