If there is one thing Pittsburgh is known for, it’s our neighborhoods. All 90 city nabes, the first-ring suburbs and beyond. We love them deeply, fiercely, with a passion typically reserved for our sports teams. Once, while taking a city-loving visitor around town, we waltzed through Downtown, the North Side, East Liberty, Squirrel Hill, the South Side, the Strip and more. “How many walkable, wonderful neighborhoods can one city have?” he yelled (and we weren’t even halfway through the tour).
We invite you to take a closer look at all of the Pittsburgh neighborhoods here. Soon there will be more, along with videos and new photos and updates on the latest happenings.
- Historic Manchester Bridge sculpture restored and relocated for all to enjoy
- Want to help shape the future of the 60-acre Heth’s Run? Here’s how.
- involveMINT launches program that rewards volunteers with digital currency
- Eastside Bond nearing completion, with connection to East Liberty Transit Center
- First Homewood Small Business Expo set for July 9 at East End incubator space
- Allegheny Landing, Pittsburgh’s oldest riverfront park, is getting a makeover
- Atlas Development Co. adding hotel, restaurants, jazz club to Beechview corridor
- Historic Dairy District Marketplace first step in revitalizing Carrick business district
- Inside the Union Trust Building’s $100 million restoration
- Bakery Square expands residential community with Bakery Village
- QKArchitecture wins competition for imaginative design for Boggs/Bailey business district
- Kayak Pittsburgh opening at Aspinwall Riverfront Park
- Strawberry Way mural is Downtown’s newest public art project, and you can walk on it
- East End Book Exchange’s new owners expanding selection, bringing in more authors
- Brew House Lofts available this summer with affordable apartments, artist studio space, rooftop deck