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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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505 N Euclid Avenue Apts

505 N Euclid Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Beds: 1 - 2
Rent: $600 - $700

Enjoy apartment living in Pittsburgh's East End, in the revitalized East Liberty neighborhood. Just minutes from East Liberty business district,...

5620 Rippey Street $650-$950

5620 Rippey St
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Beds: Studio - 2
Rent: $650 - $950

Newly constructed 18 energy efficient apartments with free WiFi NOW AVAILABLE for immediate occupancy. Refrigerator, range and dishwasher in unit....

316 N Negley Avenue Apartments

316 N Negley Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Beds: 1
Rent: $700

Enjoy apartment living in Pittsburgh's East End, in the revitalized East Liberty neighborhood. Just minutes from East Liberty business district, and...


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  • Tuesday, August 5, 2014 - 5:01pm
    If you frequently drive by East Liberty Presbyterian, you may have noticed a recent "read-in flash mob" in front of the church. This read-in was organized by members of the organization Reading Warriors, run by The Neighborhood Learning Alliance, who read to children in city-run summer camps and after-school during the academic year. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette recently profiled this program:   Cars honked as children bounced signs in the air at the corner of Whitfield Street and...
  • Thursday, July 31, 2014 - 4:51pm
    For East Liberty Presbyterian Church pastors Reverend Dr. Randy Bush, Rev. Patrice Fowler-Searcey, Rev. Heather Schoenwolf and Rev. Mary Lynn Callahan, the church is not only a building where one can worship, but church enxtends into the community, as well. The respective pastors were recently honored with an award from the Dignity & Respect Campaign for their inclusion of all from the East Liberty and Pittsburgh communities into their church community. The New Pittsburgh Courier wrote...
  • Tuesday, July 29, 2014 - 6:10pm
    The Cultured Steel Hip-Hop Festival begins its two-day event on Thursday, with an exhibit opening and film-screenings at The Alloy Studios, and moves to the Kelly-Strayhorn Theater on Friday for a hip-hop concert and gallery opening. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette provides more details:   The two-day Cultured Steel Hip-Hop Festival includes an art gallery opening, a film screening and artists meet-and-greets. On Thursday, the “40 Years of Hip-Hop Arts & Culture” exhibit opens...
  • Thursday, July 24, 2014 - 4:36pm
    The East Liberty development Indigo Square has a new tennant, in addition to Hotel Indigo and other small shops, with the addition of a new brew pub from husband-and-wife Alesha and Bradley Smith. Indigo Square is set to open by the end of the year, and the brew pub by next summer. Pittsburgh Business Times shares more details on the brew pub:   A husband-and-wife team has leased a 4,000-square-foot space on Broad Street in East Liberty to launch a new brew pub.   Alesha and Bradley...
  • Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - 4:54pm
    If you are on the job hunt, here are some current openings, via Imagine Pittsburgh:    Teller-Part-Time | PNC Financial Services As a PNC Teller Banking Representative, you will become the "face of PNC" to our retail branch customers, and gain the satisfaction of meeting customers' needs by providing personable, quick service. See full listing.   Dispatch Supervisor | AAA East Central AAA East Central, headquartered at Motor Square Garden in Shadyside/East Liberty,...
  • Thursday, July 17, 2014 - 4:17pm
    Although East Liberty restaurant "Dinette" has been open for six years, a shift in the way most people view vegetables has recently put the restaurant and its owner, Sonja Finn, back in the spotlight. While the restaurant is not strictly vegetarian, most of Dinette's meals are vegetable-centered. Finn offers new ways of cooking and pairing wine with vegetables that have garnered national attention. You can visit Dinette on Centre Ave. in East Liberty. See the Pittsburgh Post-...
  • Tuesday, July 15, 2014 - 5:02pm
    The Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh announced its 2014-2015 season--A Season of Earthly Delights and Celestial Bliss--which includes a performance at East Liberty Presbyterian Church on Oct. 5, 2014 and March 22, 2015. Tickets go on sale Aug. 1 at The Post-Gazette's Elizabeth Bloom writes:    The Mendelssohn, the go-to chorus of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, announces its upcoming season, including a performance with the PSO at East Liberty Presbyterian...
  • Friday, July 11, 2014 - 5:00pm
    Coworking spaces are a growing trend in Pittsburgh. In these spaces, you can find invididuals from industries and experience-levels of all types, working together and invididually, to get complete their projects. The idea is to create a community where you can brainstorm and use one another's strengths to accomplish your work goals. It's an office environment where no one necessarily works for the same company. The Beauty Shoppe in East Liberty is just one of the coworking spaces...
  • Monday, July 7, 2014 - 5:39pm
    East Liberty Development Inc. (ELDI) is working to acquire land on Penn Avenue, across from Target, to turn into an office complex and retail space. ELDI is in the process of purchasing the land from Penn DOT, and is collaborating with Alphabet City Development to put together a plan for the space. Article courtesy of 90.5 WESA.   Little scraps of land and traffic islands are scattered throughout East Liberty, but for a long time nobody knew who owned many of them.   This is the...
  • Wednesday, July 2, 2014 - 6:29pm
    Last Friday, The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that it will award a $30 million grant Choice Neighborhoods grant to East Liberty and Larimer to put towards building 350 mixed-income homes. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review has more details:   The federal Department of Housing and Urban Development is poised to announce a grant on Monday that will help fund $90 million in new housing, parks, streets and social services for two of Pittsburgh's most depressed...
  • Monday, June 30, 2014 - 5:52pm
    School may be out for the summer, but at Carnegie Library's East Liberty branch, kids and teens continue to learn through the library's "Labs" program. The program provides technology and activities so that kids may create, in addition to reading and learning at the library. The program will unveil a permanent space for teens at the East Liberty branch and a mobile Labs program in the fall. WESA shares more on the program:   People often think of the library as a place to...
  • Wednesday, June 25, 2014 - 6:19pm
    An art installation on top of the Livermore by Pittsburgh artist Jon Rubin has recently been catching eyes across East Liberty. The installation parodies the idea of using billboards as a form of advertising, and instead shows humorous, and even self-promotional, statements. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review has more details:   An East Liberty art installation is selling viewers on the idea that a billboard can be used for more than product placement.“The Last Billboard,” a project...
  • Monday, June 23, 2014 - 6:00pm
    The dates and events of Pittsburgh's 2014 Style Week have just been announced. While the week's events will be held all over the city, the Accessory Showcase will be Tuesday, August 12 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Luxe Pittsburgh's Indigo Square showroom in East Liberty. Some proceeds from Style Week will benefit mentoring organization Strong Women, Strong Girls. Article courtesy of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.   Style Week Pittsburgh unveils some of its events: Among the highlights of...
  • Wednesday, June 18, 2014 - 5:03pm
    Yesterday, President Obama visited Tech Shop in Bakery Square to roll out a plan to increase innovation by expanding technology sharing platforms. The President toured the facility, viewed demonstrations from local tech companies Tech Shop, ZeGo Robotics and Naked Geometry, and took questions regarding manufacturing and general workplace issues. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette highlights the President's visit:    Administration officials said the plan to provide access to expensive...
  • Monday, June 16, 2014 - 5:13pm
    Although the new Bakery Living development in Bakery Square just began leasing units on June 1, the building is already about two-thirds leased, and a second complex is set to begin construction in January. According to the Tribune-Review, this success points to a higher demand by young professionals in the city's housing market.   Walnut Capital opened its first Bakery Living apartment building to tenants on June 1 with about two-thirds of the 175 units under lease, and the Shadyside...