Healcrest Green (Parcel Nos. 50-G-49 and 50-G-129) | Garfield


  • Address: 0 Rosetta and 0 Hillcrest Street (Parcel Nos. 50-G-49 and 50-G-129)
  • Applicant: Allegheny Land Trust (“ALT”)
  • End Use: Multipurpose community green space

ALT’s highest priority urban conservation project is the acquisition of 15 adjacent parcels of land covering a 1.5- acre block in Garfield for permanent protection as Healcrest Green, a multipurpose community green space. Over the past two years, ALT has worked with individuals in the community, the Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation (BGC), the nearby Environmental Charter School (ECS), and the URA to create a collaborative vision for the site, formalize future use and stewardship agreements, and formulate an action plan for the acquisition of the land. ALT will own the land and the primary community partners will assume on-going stewardship responsibilities as noted below. 

PLB Board approved the sale of this property at the October public meeting (Friday, October 13, 2023)

Do you have questions about the Sale?

General feedback for Staff and Board?

Do you want to object to the sale or express support?

After a property is approved for sale by the Pittsburgh Land Bank board, there is a 20 day objection period. If the Land Bank receives 15 or more objections, the Land Bank will hold a community meeting to collect additional feedback and concerns. The feedback will then be presented to the Land Bank Board, who will vote a second time on whether or not to proceed with the sale.

To file an objection, express support for the project, or ask a question, please use the form below.

PLB Objection Form