Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh

Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh

The Housing Authority City of Pittsburgh’s (HACP) purpose is to develop and make available affordable, safe housing and to help families achieve the independence they strive for. A brighter future is always within reach thanks to the commitment of HACP. HACP currently houses more than 18,000 Pittsburghers, manages more than 2,200 public housing units, and provides oversight of an additional 600+ mixed-finance units. HACP’s portfolio consists of family communities with a mix of high rises, low rises, and row houses.

The HACP is committed to reducing both the cost and usage of energy by installing energy saving products and equipment through an ongoing energy performance contract. This contract will produce savings both now and into the future. In addition to their EPC work, HACP is using the Green Physical Needs Assessment tool through HUD to assess its sustainability opportunities and resources. HACP's goal is to align with the City of Pittsburgh's climate action target of 50% reduction of water and energy use by 2030.

The Housing Authority City of Pittsburgh’s (HACP) currently houses more than 18,000 Pittsburghers, manages more than 2,200 public housing units, and provides oversight of an additional 600+ mixed-finance units.

Buildings Challenge Commitment
1.98Million Square Feet
Energy Goals
20%Reduction in Energy Intensity
Progress
-2%Cumulative (vs. Baseline)