Three projects with different developers will bring more luxury housing-- and more changes-- to the popular neighborhood.
The new development aims to be "an inspiration for homeowners who want something different than what is typically available on the market.”
With new offerings seemingly every week and yet a solidly Pittsburgh vibe, this booming neighborhood has something to please just about everybody.
Cuddle a kitten over coffee or take one home at Lawrenceville's new coffee spot.
Starting in the low $400s, these condos will soon be available for pre-sale.
Beauty Shoppe co-working space opening at Butler Street Lofts as part of a bigger plan for the Rust Belt
Hospitality group aims to offer inclusive, budget-friendly work-life spaces for modern professionals with 24/7 access in vibrant neighborhoods.
Nothing goes better together than books and coffee.
"I loved the people in Pittsburgh, so welcoming, friendly and positive about my work," says artist Dan Kitchener.
"I saw it and fell in love with it," says owner Cyndie Delucia.
RIDC will help drive innovation and job creation in Pittsburgh with a new Lawrenceville space designed for robotics companies.