NICOLE AND MIKE'S TROY HILL STORY

“Mike and I were living in Lawrenceville when we began looking for a home to buy together. We knew what we wanted - a brick house built in the early 1900s with architectural integrity intact, like trim work that had not been painted, and original windows, in an affordable, safe neighborhood. more >

CITY TAX ABATEMENT PROGRAMS

Purchase or build a new home or make home improvements on your existing residence in the City of Pittsburgh, and your Allegheny County, City of Pittsburgh and District School taxes can be abated for three years. If your home is located within a Targeted Growth Zone*, your City of Pittsburgh and School District taxes can be abated for up to 10 years after the property is reassessed. more >

PITTSBURGH PROMISE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The Pittsburgh Promise is a visionary scholarship program to help students graduating from the Pittsburgh Public Schools to pursue further education after high school, and to enhance the growth, stability, and economic development of the Pittsburgh Region. more >

URA LOAN PROGRAMS

The Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh (URA) is the City of Pittsburgh's economic development agency. The URA’s goals are to create jobs, increase the city's tax base, and improve the vitality of businesses, neighborhoods, and the City's livability as a whole. more >


Find Your Neighborhood Match - What do you Love?

Select the attributes that best fit your lifestyle and the things that you love. When finished, hit the Match Me Up button and we'll show you a listing of the Pittsburgh Neighborhoods that are perfect you.


Friendship

Friendship is a vibrant, diverse neighborhood in Pittsburgh's East End, located within a few miles of Downtown Pittsburgh, universities, world-class medical facilities, and thriving residential and commercial neighborhoods such as Shadyside, East Liberty and Bloomfield. Friendship's eclectic mix of Victorian and Edwardian houses and new loft spaces are home to professionals, artists, families and students.   more >

For Artists

Pittsburgh's natural beauty, philanthropic climate, and affordable living have drawn artists from across the globe. We have been consistently ranked among the Top 25 Cities in the United States for art and culture. Check out these top ten neighborhoods perfect for artists of all varieties.   more >

City News

In Pittsburgh's Little Italy, two stalwart grocery markets survive
West End communities group welcomed
Cafe in the works on Troy Hill
Polish Hill couple honored
Light-rail seen as path to retail

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Neighborhood Events

Hazelwood General Membership Meeting
every month/2nd Tuesday 6:30-8:30

Everyone is invited to these Hazlewood meetings. These are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Refreshments are provided.

Hazelwood Planning Committee Meeting
every month/1st Tuesday 6:30-8:30

If you are interested in planning for Hazlewoods future, then you are welcome to attend this meeting.

Beautification and Recreation Committee Meeting
May/25 7:00PM

Please bring positive project ideas, and a bottle of wine or snack to share with the group.



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Schools & Libraries

Pittsburgh Prides itself on education and higher learning with a diverse mix of schools and libraries. Learn more by visiting the links below.
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Fun facts and insight from our friendly urban pigeon.
With gritty steel mills long gone, Pittsburgh has truly transformed itself into a leading technological, social and cultural region. more >
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