Mill 19 Quick Facts

Credit: Carnegie Mellon University

265,000 square-foot: Upon the build-out of all three buildings, Mill 19 will occupy 265,000 square feet

178-acre: Mill 19 sits on the 178-acre Hazelwood Green site

4,784 silicon panels: Mill 19 is home to the nation’s largest single sloped solar array

Continued Development

Mill 19 sits on a larger plot of development in Hazelwood called Hazelwood Green. Joining us at Hazelwood Green is Motional, an autonomous vehicle company, and OneValley, entrepreneurship platform and co-working space. Plans for continued development of the site include Carnegie Mellon University building a new robotics innovation center and an institute focused on advanced materials and manufacturing. The University of Pittsburgh also plans to build a new commercial bioresearch and development facility named BioForge at the site.

Hazelwood Community

The ARM Institute is dedicated to being a changemaker in the Hazelwood Community. As part of our community outreach efforts, we lead a larger working group comprised of Hazelwood stakeholders to find areas of opportunity for the community. We have also hosted events for members of the Community, including partnering with the Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Pennsylvania and the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy on an AI and Robotics Summer Camp for students, student workshops with the Girls of Steel, and other educational events.

The ARM Institute is proud to be located in Pittsburgh, one of the world’s largest epicenters for robotics development. Through our work and our partnership with the Pittsburgh Robotics Network, we work with the city’s robust ecosystem of robotics companies.

According to the Pittsburgh Robotics Network, the greater Pittsburgh Community boasts:

  • 105+ Robotics Industry Organizations
  • 18 Industry Verticals
  • $3.4B Investments in Robotics Companies
  • 20+ Academic & Research Organizations
  • 7,000 Workers Employed by the Robotics Industry