A Walking Tour Of Pittsburgh’s Future Biggest Park
At the sight of a human, a wild turkey vanishes into brush at the bend of a rutted trail. Suddenly, a bunny, flushed from a thatch of wild daisies, skitters across the path.
The occasional beeps and grinding of trucks at the Almono site across the Monongahela River in Hazelwood are the only sounds except the rustling of trees.
This one little moment of furtive wildlife is part of the “before” on a huge piece of land in Hays that the city expects, in years to come, to develop as its largest park in one of its most obscure neighborhoods... Read the full article