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.
- Restoration of northeast fountain at Allegheny Commons will create a public gathering spot
- What to expect this fall from the Carnegie International
- A Hollywood ending? Carnegie’s Flying Squirrel is closing, but a sequel with Jump Cut Theater is in the works
- Kicking off its 11th year, the former GTECH Strategies unveils new brand identity
- Community Forge: A vacant school becomes Wilkinsburg’s community center for education and civic action
- Strange but delicious “guilty pleasures” on Smallman Galley’s new drinks menu (+ new chefs coming)
- Superior Motors named one of the country’s top 10 restaurants of the year
- Hatfield Row, four new townhouses inspired by the old, for sale in Lawrenceville
- Old building, new restaurant: Siempre Algo will have “something” for everyone
- Hot property: Renovated, award-winning Friendship house with rental unit
- DoorDash is here to deliver food from more than 1,500 local restaurants
- Cousins Maine Lobster begins fishing for customers at the Pittsburgh Food Truck Park
- Prohibition Pastries serves up treats so tasty they should be outlawed
- Gluten-free vegan bakery owner is finalist in Tory Burch Foundation Fellowship, and you can vote
- What will become of the Wholey building — and the iconic fish?