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It’s official: the Strip District is a “Great Neighborhood”

This award is given to unique, memorable places that work not only for their community, but as a model others want to emulate—places of exemplary character, quality, planning, identity, cultural interest, and community involvement with a sustainable vision for tomorrow. Just like the Strip District.

Net Health hits its stride in wound care, hiring

The firm has added 100 people in three years and installed Wound Expert in thousands of hospitals across the country. More growth and hiring is in store. And more growth and hiring is clearly in sight.

Leaf & Bean: The Craft Beer of Cigars

A non-smoker falls for Leaf & Bean, a cigar bar and coffee shop in the Strip with a colorful proprietor and a Key West state of mind.

A newcomer’s guide to Pittsburgh, then and now

Take it from a newcomer whose list aims to help other newcomers explore the city via both classic Pittsburgh experiences and lesser-known gems. And don't miss what she says about the city that is both "small town and urban playground."

Strip District

What began as a rail hub for produce and fish has become the city’s most treasured destination for fresh food and accouterments, all on a few gritty streets lined with specialty shops, street vendors, pubs and restaurants. Nestled in the shadow of downtown Pittsburgh, this is the place shoppers go to jostle with fellow shoppers and diners go to get and eat seriously good food. More recently the Strip has become the cool place up-and-coming companies like 4Moms and Deeplocal.