Annual Reports

URA Annual Report 2017

2015 URA Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Report

URA Annual Report 2013 (content includes the years 2006-2013)

URA Annual Report 2012 (content includes the years 2006-2011)

URA Annual Report 2005-2006

URA Annual Report 2003-2004

URA Annual Report 2002

Financial Statements

Financial Statements and Required Supplementary Information 2015

  • Financial Statements and Required Supplementary Information
  • Mortgage Revenue Bond Program 2015

    • Mortgage Revenue Bond Program
    • Financial Statements and Required Supplementary Information 2014

      Mortgage Revenue Bond Program 2014

      • Mortgage Revenue Bond Program
      • Financial Statements and Required Supplementary Information 2013

        Mortgage Revenue Bond Program 2013

        Publications

        Looking Up in Uptown

        Uptown is a neighborhood poised for incredible transformation. Situated between our two major centers of commerce, Downtown and Oakland, its optimal location and organized stakeholders make this a natural center for development. Our goal is to transform Uptown into a green, sustainable, mixed-use neighborhood and realize its full potential.

        Read more about the numerous assets of this unique neighborhood and aid in its transformation from a pass-through to a thriving and vibrant destination.

        East Liberty is Booming

        Over the past decade, East Liberty has returned itself to a healthy residential and business destination of choice. This transformation didn't happen by accident, but with thoughtful strides taken by community, business and government. Thousands of community members, development professionals, investors, and business and government leaders, came together to capture a collective vision for the neighborhood, which now serves as a road map for East Liberty's future.

        Read more about this evolving neighborhood, and to find your perfect opportunity to partner with us in its continued transformation.

        The Allegheny Riverfront

        Over the past 30 years, Pittsburgh has set the global standard for regional transformation. The key to our success is reconnecting our riverfronts with our neighborhoods to create economic development opportunities. The Allegheny Riverfront, stretching from Downtown Pittsburgh and touching neighborhoods like the Strip District, Lawrenceville and Highland Park, is a golden opportunity to continue our City's economic and environmental revitalization.

        Read more about opportunities along the Allegheny and how you can partner with us in Pittsburgh's continuing transformation.

        Tech Town: How Technology is Transforming our Neighborhoods

        Over the past 30 years, Pittsburgh has transformed itself from a one industry town to one with a diversified global economy focused on creating next generation products and technologies. Through strong partnerships, strategic investment, and place creation, we have been able to develop the support network necessary to nurture and grow the high tech industry.

        Read more to learn how you can become part of something
        larger—an inspired, creative workforce, a new regional economy and a heightened global profile.

        Strategic Plans

        Allegheny Green Boulevard Plan

        Allegheny Riverfront Vision Plan

        Bridging the Busway

        Downtown Action Strategy

        Greater Hill District Master Plan

        Homewood Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Study

        Larimer/ East Liberty Park Planning + Design Services

        The URA has obtained a design team led by Wallace Roberts & Todd (WRT) to design a park and open space network in the Larimer and East Liberty neighborhoods of Pittsburgh. Throughout the design process WRT will host three public workshops to gather community input on the design.

        • Public Workshop #1 - December 09, 2015

        • The community presentation can be found here.
        • A summary of Public Workshop #1 can be found here.
        • Public Workshop #2 - March 08, 2016

        • The community presentation can be found here.
        • A summary of Public Workshop #2 can be found here.
        • Public Workshop #3 - August 10, 2016

        • The community presentation can be found here.
        • A summary of Public Workshop #3 can be found here.

        The LoLa Plan: Lower Lawrenceville Urban Design and Merchant Strategy