Real Estate for Sale on the South Side
Embrace Excitement on Pittsburgh's South Side
You'll find the South Side, also known as the “SahSide” in Pittsburghese, tucked along the Monongahela River across from Downtown Pittsburgh. Historically, this neighborhood was home to industrial steel mills that lined the river, but trendy shops, restaurants and bars have since taken their place. The South Side is divided into two districts that each offer their own unique lifestyles: South Side Flats and South Side Slopes.
Today, buyers flock to the Flats' condos and townhomes, which are ideal for young professionals, families, retirees, and everyone in between. The Slopes are situated uphill along narrow, winding streets—and there's no better place to admire breathtaking panoramas of Pittsburgh. If you're interested in calling the South Side home, here are a few details to get you started.
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East Carson Street
East Carson Street is Pittsburgh’s version of Bourbon Street, and every block features some of the best watering holes, restaurants, and shops around. Whether you're throwing back a pint at the Hofbrauhaus or sipping a cocktail at Acacia, you'll have plenty of fun all night long. While you're there, be sure to check out the area's historic charm. East Carson Street is actually a designated National Historic District that features 15 blocks of Victorian architecture!
Station Square is one of Pittsburgh’s most popular attractions, and it's loved by both visitors and residents alike. Built at the location of a former Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad station, the freight house building and concourse have since been converted into a restaurant and shopping complex. Here, you can savor some formal dining at the Grand Concourse, munch on burgers at the Hard Rock Café, enjoy a river cruise on the Gateway Clipper, or even take a guided Segway tour of Pittsburgh!
Tucked along the banks of the Monongahela River, Riverfront Park is the South Side's premiere outdoor destination. Here, you'll uncover waterfront trails, a river landing and boat dock, a piazza, and even a concert stage. This local favorite is a hub for some of Pittsburgh's most popular events, and it's also close to plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment hotspots at nearby South Side Works.
Ready to lean more about Pittsburgh's flourishing arts scene? Plan a night out at the City Theatre to experience some truly magical plays and performances. Located in the South Side Flats, City Theatre specializes in productions of the latest plays—and they've even commissioned new works by nationally-acclaimed playwrights. Some of their most famous productions include The 39 Steps, Blackbird, and Bricklayers.
Located on the site of the beautifully preserved P&LE Railroad Station, Grand Concourse offers one of Pittsburgh’s most unique dining experiences. Accents of brass, marble, and mahogany evoke memories of the past, and you'll marvel at the majestic stained glass cathedral roof. This award-winning eatery specializes in seafood cuisine, but they also host the best Sunday brunch in the 'burgh.
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Thinking about making a move to the South Side? We'd love to show you around the area and help you find your perfect place! Get in touch with our team today to get started—we look forward to hearing from you soon.