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Downtown Pittsburgh


Life in Downtown Pittsburgh

From the Cultural District with a variety of theaters and eclectic restaurants, to the Point with a glorious fountain and 36 acre park, Pittsburgh is vibrant and livable. Residents enjoy three rivers for fishing and boating and riverfront trails for jogging and scenic biking. Many diverse neighborhoods offer something for everyone. Cross a bridge and you’re in the North Side for a game at PNC Park or Heinz Field. A short walk from the central business district and you will find yourself in the Strip District with its bustling street shopping and nightlife. Pittsburgh’s affordable standard of living, world class hospitals, cultural centers, and championship sports teams make living here highly desirable.

Reasons to Live Here

  • Numerous Theaters, Art Galleries, and Music Venues
  • Great Outdoors -  Riverfront Trails (6 miles), Kayaking, Point State Park and 14 Other Parks
  • Major League Sports Teams - Steelers, Penguins, Pirates
  • Special Events - Three Rivers Arts Festival, Three Rivers Regatta, Pittsburgh Marathon, Light Up Night®, First Night, and numerous Parades
  • Weekly Farmers Markets
  • 10 Institutions of Higher Learning
  • 102 Bus and Light Rail Routes Daily
  • 80+ Outdoor Concerts, Crawls and Festivals Every Year
  • Weekly Outdoor Lunchtime Concerts During Spring, Summer and Fall

Downtown Pittsburgh Accolades

  • Health and Medical Research (UPMC and University of Pittsburgh)
  • Computer and Robotics Technologies (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • Center for Arts and Culture (Carnegie Museum and Carnegie Science Center)
  • Urban Downtown Living
  • Green and Sustainable Living


Key Features

  • Market Square Downtown Pittsburgh

    Historic Market Square

    Historic Market Square, with a European piazza flair, is the hub of Downtown activity. Office workers, students, and visitors fill the Square at lunchtime to grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants or enjoy their brown bag lunch in the plaza. In the summer, there are free lunchtime concerts and a weekly Farmers Market. During the holidays, visit the Holiday Market for unique gifts from local, national, and international vendors. The lively atmosphere, activities, and food draws people to Market Square year round. Come and enjoy!

  • Point State Park

    Situated at the confluence where the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers join to form the Ohio River, Pittsburgh’s Golden Triangle is home to Point State Park (The Point). Comprising 36 acres, it is one of the most popular downtown destinations.  Have a picnic by the beautiful fountain, walk your dog, or enjoy one of the numerous concerts and festivals offered throughout the year on its green space. The three rivers are great for boating and the miles of riverfront trails are perfect for jogging and scenic bike rides.

  • Heinz Hall Interior

    Heinz Hall

    Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts is the cornerstone of the Cultural District of Pittsburgh. This cultural-entertainment focal point of the Golden Triangle has helped spur the continuing economic and cultural revitalization of downtown Pittsburgh. With its international reputation for grandeur and excellence as a concert hall and showplace, Heinz Hall is home to the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Enjoy a Symphony performance, a Broadway Series show, a concert by world renowned musical artists, or a performance of The Nutcracker during the holiday season.

  • Three Rivers Arts Festival

    Three Rivers Arts Festival

    The Three Rivers Arts Festival, a production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, is an annual celebration of the arts in Downtown Pittsburgh. There are art installations, live music, theater, dance, gallery exhibitions, artist markets, and interactive activities. All of the world class events are free and open to the public. The festival is a 10 day event beginning the first Friday in June and takes place in Point State Park, throughout picturesque Gateway Center, and in the city’s world-renowned Cultural District.

  • PNC Park

    PNC Park

    Hailed as one of the best ballparks in the country, PNC Park is home of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Very few parks in the country can compete with PNC when it comes to the sheer beauty of its backdrop. There are no bad seats. Much of the stadium provides an incredible view of the city of Pittsburgh, the Allegheny River, and the Roberto Clemente Bridge. It is just as beautiful outside as it is inside. Bronze statues of Pirate legends grace the walkways, street performers line the Clemente bridge, and local bars buzz with fans. Come and enjoy a game. LETS GO BUCS!


The Real Estate Market in Downtown Pittsburgh

Researching current real estate activity is a great place to start when looking for a condominium. There are differences in the market for individual condo buildings in Downtown Pittsburgh, however. Explore the communities in this area to find even more information about the local real estate market.

Current Inventory vs. Recently Sold

Average Sales Value Data

Days on Market Statistics by Condo


Commuting in Downtown Pittsburgh


Choose the Best Condo in the Best City

Downtown Pittsburgh is convenient to all of Pittsburgh's best restaurants, attractions, festivals, and more. It's no wonder this area is a great place to live! If your heart is set on living close to all of the action in a thriving urban district, choose your favorite condo building in Downtown Pittsburgh. You're one step closer to living in the place of your dreams.


Neighborhoods and Condo Buildings

151 First Side -Condominiums
$299,000 - $1,700,000
Sq Ft: 1,000 - 3,400
$250,000 - $325,000
Sq Ft: 1,000 - 1,850
$425,000 - $1,500,000
Sq Ft: 1,408 - 3,100
Chatham Tower
$80,000 - $800,000
Sq Ft: 519 - 3,600
Gateway Towers
$120,000 - $900,000
Sq Ft: 1,030 - 1,307
Front of Building Street View
$295,000 - $450,000
Sq Ft: 1,180 - 1,600
The Carlyle was the former Union National Bank Building
$350,000 - $1,900,000
Sq Ft: 1,442 - 6,000
Piatt Place on Fifth Avenue Downtown
$350,000 - $1,500,000
Sq Ft: 1,300 - 1,900
Luxury Urban Living at its Best at The Residences at Three PNC Plaza
$515,000 - $4,000,000
Sq Ft: 1,000 - 3,400
Washington's Landing
$400,000 - $900,000
Sq Ft: 1,200 - 4,200

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