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Affordable home - fully remodeled


613 Mellon St
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Beds: 3
Price: 180,000

Fully remodeled home in the middle of the redevelopment area. New HVAC, Electric, Plumbing, windows, kitchen, bath, roof. Refinished hardwood floors. Very nice and ready to move right into. Large yard with ample off street parking. Tax abatement for 3 years from closing date - almost no property taxes for 3 years.

Fully remodeled 4 Bedroom house - 2.5 Baths. Open Floor Plan


615 N Euclid
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Beds: 4
Price: 299,900

Complete gut rehab - Brick Victorian made into new construction. Open modern floor plan. Custom kitchen - granite, stainless, ample cabinet space. New front porch and rear deck. Everything new inside - Plumbing, Elec, HVAC, Kitchen, Baths, flooring, etc. Newer roof. New windows. New sewer and gas lines from the street. Walls framed and insulated. Master suite has jacuzzi and walk in shower. Walk-in California Closet. Revitalizing area. Next door - 617 - is next when this sells. Tax abatement


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  • Friday, October 3, 2014 - 5:09pm
    This weekend and next weekend, East Liberty residents have a couple different concert options to choose from. As Discover East Liberty posted on July 15, the Mendelssohn Choir will be performing this Sunday, October 5 at East Liberty Presbyterian Church. Next Saturday, the Pittsburgh Camerata will feature its "a cappella" ensemble, also at East Liberty Presbyterian. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review has all of the details.   More than three centuries of choral music will be performed...
  • Monday, September 29, 2014 - 5:50pm
    On Saturday, Matthew Stanton, CMU graduate and one of the minds behind the startup SolePower, shared the story of making his dream company a reality with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh. SolePower manufactures shoe inserts that are capable of charging a cell phone and other devices just by walking. Stanton spoke at Big Brothers Big Sisters' "Start Something" event, which allows children and their mentors to network with founders of local startups. The Pittsburgh...
  • Monday, September 22, 2014 - 3:48pm
    Last Thursday, Eastminster Presbyterian Church, along with co-sponsors Just Harvest, Open Hand Ministries, East Liberty Development Inc., Repair the World and the East End Cooperative Ministry united to conduct a poverty simulation in East Liberty. The simulation took participatnts through four weeks of what it is like to live in poverty, armed with $1517 to live on. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette explains how the simulation worked.   For one intensely compressed month, Christine Smith tried...
  • Friday, September 19, 2014 - 9:00pm
    It's no secret that East Liberty has undergone a major face lift in the past decade, including Target and Whole Foods. East Liberty is on its way to becoming a vital hub of the city with the construction of East Side III, which includes retail and residential spaces. Although there is currently no set end date for construction, money for the project continues to pour in. NEXT Pittsburgh shares more on the project:    Huntington Bank’s recent $70 million loan commitment to...
  • Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 4:49pm
    At this weekend's Thrival Festival, which celebrates the survival and thrival of Pittsburgh's innovative industries, East Liberty startup accelerator Thrill Mill awarded $25,000 to Thread, a company that turns trash from struggling countries into wearable fabric. Thread was named the winner of "The Pitch," where companies had five minutes to sell their company to a panel of four judges. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette shares more information.   An impassioned pitch to a...
  • Thursday, September 11, 2014 - 4:44pm
    The Kelly Strayhorn Theater in East Liberty has announced its fall programming lineup. The theater invites the public to celebrate Regent Theater's centennial birthday on October 11 with a community day, and will also hold a centennial anniversary reception on October 16. The theater also continues to expand its international programming. To date, the theater has presented artists from more than 20 different countries. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette shares more information.   This fall,...
  • Tuesday, September 9, 2014 - 4:36pm
    Technology powerhouse Apple is reportedly looking for additional office space in Pittsburgh. The company currently has offices at Carnegie Mellon University's Innovation Center, but its lease expires at the end of the year, and the company is exploring other options. Possible locations include Downtown, North Shore, South Side, the Strip District, Oakland and East Liberty. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette explains:    Pittsburgh may be getting a bigger bite of Apple.   The...
  • Friday, September 5, 2014 - 9:24pm
    Parts of the East Busway will be closed today and tomorrow, September 5 and 6, as construction continues on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Busway. Construction will last from 9 p.m. Friday to 6 p.m. Saturday evening. The Post-Gazette explains who will be affected.   Part of the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway will be closed parts of Friday and Saturday for construction near East Liberty Station, detouring the P1 East Busway-All Stops bus route.   The detour will begin at 9 p.m. Friday...
  • Tuesday, September 2, 2014 - 11:10pm
    Albuquerque-based organization, Circles USA is establishing a Pittsburgh chapter in East Liberty. The organization's approach to tackling poverty is through building relationships among all social classes and races, which will, in turn, lead to networking opportunities. Circles Pittsburgh leaders will begin training this month. For more details on Circles Pittsburgh, please see below for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's recent article.   Billions of dollars over decades have failed to...
  • Thursday, August 28, 2014 - 4:51pm
    If you have ever been to the East Liberty restaurant Spoon, you may know that gin is taken very seriously by beverage director John Wabeck. This passion led him to create his own brand of London Dry gin called Common Decency, which patrons can now order at Spoon. The City Paper recently sampled Common Decency.   John Wabeck, the beverage director at Spoon, is obsessed with gin. He stocks 28 brands at Spoon's bar and has over a dozen in his collection at home. Wabeck loves gin so much...
  • Tuesday, August 26, 2014 - 4:36pm
    Google's East Liberty location makes up 5% of Pittsburgh's computer-related jobs. However, Google campus perks, like the microkitchen and video game suite, are amenities that small tech start-ups simply cannot compete with. Does Google encourage technology job growth in Pittsburgh or deter other companies from locating here? Bloomberg Businessweek explores both perspectives.    Robb Myer was excited when, as an MBA student at Carnegie Mellon in 2005, he heard that Google (GOOG...
  • Friday, August 22, 2014 - 4:41pm
    East Liberty's Notion restaurant will feature Pittsburgh food favorites in a six-course tasting menu in September. The menu will highlight mainly European dishes from cultures with significant populations in Pittsburgh today. Please see the article from the Tribune-Review below for more information, as reservations are recommended.   Chef Dave Racicot of Notion, 128 S. Highland Ave., East Liberty, will pay tribute to quintessential Pittsburgh fare with a special six-course tasting menu...
  • Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - 5:11pm
    In Drum Makers, a week long workshop at East Liberty's TechShop, students are creating drums in computer design programs, using computer numerical control (CNC) programs to produce their instruments, and get to play them at the end of the week. The program is sponsored by The Sprout Fund and is part of the City of Learning initiative. 90.5 WESA shares more details on the program.   Educators are increasingly concerned about kids losing knowledge during the summer. As part of our Life...
  • Friday, August 15, 2014 - 6:38pm
    Growth in East Liberty is booming, and for developer Nigel Parkinson, the completion of his Hotel Indigo will inject even more vitality into the East End. The 135-room hotel is scheduled to open in January 2015, but if construction continues according to schedule, may open sooner. Parkinson has purchased a total of six buildings in East Liberty, three of which comprise the Indigo, and other projects include retail space, and a restaurant and nightclub. The New Pittsburgh Courier recently...
  • Monday, August 11, 2014 - 10:39pm
    The weekend of September 13-14 brings the city's second Thrival Festival - a celebration of the survival and "thrival" of Pittsburgh's technology and startup industries. The weekend includes a full schedule of workshops and conferences, with topics ranging from coding to social media. The culmination of the two-day event is the headlining concert with artists Moby and Portugal. The Man. NEXT pittsburgh (a sponsor of the event) shares more details:    One of the...