With its eclectic shops and restaurants and turn-of-the-century buildings awaiting restoration, the Strip is prized property right now, attracting more than just visitors. Million-dollar condos, luxury apartments, office buildings and a parking garage are newly built or nearing completion. Other sizable projects will start soon.
"We felt like Pittsburgh was a great addition to our growing list of cities" says Jake Levin, director of marketing at new delivery startup, goPuff.
“That building will mean a lot to the city and the Strip District if we do it right—and there’s no doubt in my mind that we will," says Dan McCaffery of The Produce Terminal.
From healthcare to cyber security, these tech companies are doing amazing work in a number of areas. One standout sector? Find out here. It's so Pittsburgh.
More than 150 ideas have been submitted for The Sprout Fund's "100 Days of US" grants, which can be voted on and crowd-funded now.
“One of the highlights is you can try everything,” says owner Christian Simmons who is pioneering the idea of a new kind of liquor store in The Strip.
Welcome to the 10 best ways to ring in the New Year in Pittsburgh—from barrel-aged brews to groundbreaking hip-hop. May the force of 2017 be with you.
January is a great month for families in Pittsburgh!
The owners of Mr. Smalls Funhouse bought the former Millvale United Methodist Church across the street with plans to convert it into a neighborhood café, secondhand music equipment store, and recording studio for local youth.
From household names to up-and-coming superstars, there are Pittsburgh concerts to suit any taste in 2017.