Our Region’s Connector: RIDC Annual Report 2023

Our partnerships with government entities at all levels, with the communities in which our parks are located, and with the job-creating businesses that fill them are creating tangible economic benefits across our region. With active development projects at the Fairywood site in the City of Pittsburgh, Carrie Furnace, which straddles Rankin, Swissvale and Braddock, the […]

Tangible Impacts on People and Places: RIDC Annual Report 2022

There are few organizations that have had as significant and tangible an impact on the Pittsburgh region as RIDC has over its 68-year history. Thousands of jobs have been created. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been invested and hundreds of millions of dollars in new tax revenue produced. Job creating companies and entire industries […]

New Partnerships & Parks: RIDC Annual Report 2021

RIDC expanded its support, forming new partnerships in new counties, creating new financing tools, redeveloping new parks and historic spaces, as well as continued serving as a catalyst for growth in the Mon Valley and the wider region surrounding Pittsburgh. RIDC’s Annual Report 2021 can be read in full here.

Looking Forward: RIDC Annual Report 2020

Investing in Seedling Communities & High-Tech Growth Clusters RIDC has been a catalyst for transformational change throughout its history, in communities ranging from Lawrenceville to Hazelwood, from Westmoreland to East Liberty—and many more. The formula of combining Packaging, Partnerships and Patience has resulted in successes in developing industrial parks, remediating brownfield sites, redeveloping abandoned steel […]

2018 Annual Report

Last year was a great one. Check out our 2018 Annual Report for highlights.

Year in Review 2017

2017 was a busy year for RIDC. Check out the annual report below to see the year in review! 2017 Annual Report

Year in Review 2016

Annual Report 2016 RIDC had an exciting 2016 year.  Work started on the now almost completed Tech Forge on 47th building in Lawrenceville, RIDC acquired 12.5 acres at the Almono development to convert the Mill 19 building from a 140,000 square foot building into a 240,000 square foot one-of-a-kind space and Dura-Bond Industries signed to […]