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Carrie Furnace is a abandoned iron furnace that helped revolutionize Pittsburgh during the Steel Era. Today, the brownfield site exists as a void in the urban fabric.
The Monongahela River once thrived as an industrial corridor. The fall of the steel industry left the river corridor empty, polluted, and disconnected from local communities. The resurgence of public space along the Monongahela River provides vast opportunities for the city of Pittsburgh and those living in adjacent communities. The concept of this master plan will bring life back to the riverfront and reestablish connections to the river, the local communities, and the rich industrial history of the site. The mixed-use development will seamlessly integrate economic, recreational, ecological, and historical uses.