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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,...

Walnut on Highland

N Highland Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Beds: 1 - 2
Rent: $1220 - $2500

Walnut on Highland, located at 121 S. Highland Avenue, is an urban housing and retail development complex in the heart of Pittsburgh's revitalized...

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....


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  • Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 6:26pm
    Since Google opened it's offices in Bakery Square in 2010, businesses and jobs in the surrounding area have grown tremendously. After Google's offices opened, the East Liberty Target store was constructed, start-ups have sprouted in nearby incubators, and apartments and hotels are currently under construction. The "Googlers" have become the faces of Pittsburgh's transformation from steel town to tech town. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette recently published part one of a three-...
  • Friday, December 5, 2014 - 5:38pm
    Jamaican cuisine isn't something you see a lot of in East Liberty, or Pittsburgh for that matter, but Impressionz has been going strong for the last four years. While many restaurants have been forced to vacate the area due to rising real estate costs, the family atmosphere and authetic food, including the jerk chicken, keep customers coming back. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's Michael Machosky recently visited Impressionz:   For restaurants, making a good first impression is...
  • Tuesday, December 2, 2014 - 12:35am
    Charcuterie, small plates of appetizers, are making a comeback in Pittsburgh. Why? The plates offer diners the opportunity to make a meal social through sharing. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review recently recommended a number of Pittsburgh restaurants offering charcuterie, including East Liberty's The Livermore and Paris 66.   They are the perfect choice for an appetizer to share.Charcuterie offerings have been around for a long time but have really taken off in the past three years, says...
  • Friday, November 28, 2014 - 7:09pm
    While many shoppers look forward to Black Friday each year, small business owners in East Liberty, and throughout Pittsburgh, hope there is equal enthusiasm for Small Business Saturday. While it can be difficult for independent businesses to compete with national retailers, the large stores play a role in driving business to neighborhoods. However, the focus on Small Business Saturday is small, independent neighborhood businesses. The Pittsburgh City Paper has more information on Small Business...
  • Tuesday, November 25, 2014 - 11:00pm
    Black Friday may be the biggest shopping day at local malls, but the following day - known as Small Business Saturday - is a shopping holiday that businesses in East Liberty hope will draw a large crowd, too. Small Business Saturday in East Liberty will hold sales from from 9 AM - 9 PM, and even features a sneak peek inside the new Hotel Indigo. There will be two warming stations where shoppers can rest and sip on hot cocoa. The East Liberty Chamber of Commerce lists the following sales:...
  • Friday, November 21, 2014 - 6:11pm
    On November 29 at 8 PM, the Kelly Strayhorn Theater will host a birthday bash for Pittsburgh-native, pianist, composer and theater namesake Billy Strayhorn. The 7th Annual Suite Life: A Billy Strayhorn Birthday Bash includes a concert, mixer and reception. For more information, please visit the Kelly Strayhorn website, or see the event description below.   Join us in recognizing internationally acclaimed pianist, composer and Pittsburgh-native, Billy Strayhorn. During more than 30-years of...
  • Monday, November 17, 2014 - 5:27pm
    According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Walnut Capital has announced that it would like to continue to build residential and retail spaces in East Liberty at the intersection of Penn and Highland Avenues. The company has rennovated the former Highland Building to include 117 residential units, all of which are currently leased. The future six-story structure would lease the first floor to retailers and include an enclosed courtyard.   City planners Tuesday will review details of a...
  • Friday, November 14, 2014 - 4:43am
    Piecemaker Technologies, an AlphaLab Gear startup, has struck a deal to apply their 3D printing technology in the retail space. Starting this holiday season, customers locally in Cranberry, and in New Jersey, will be able to design and print personalized items. NEXT Pittsburgh shares more details on the deal:    Piecemaker Technologies in East Liberty has launched one of the first true mass applications of 3D printing technology in retail and announced that Toys”R”Us will...
  • Monday, November 10, 2014 - 6:21pm
    East Liberty is home to many start-ups, but Thread is one that has a global impact. The organization, founded by Ian Rosenberger, is helping to build jobs in the devastated nation of Haiti by converting plastic bottles from the country into thread. It was during a visit to Port-au-Prince after a 2010 earthquake that Rosenberger was struck by the level of poverty in the country, and was inspired to be an agent of positive change. Read more about the idea of Thread, and the impact is it having on...
  • Thursday, November 6, 2014 - 11:58pm
    While you may have heard of Mexican Caribbean-fusion restaurant Casa Rasta from their location in Beechview, their second location in East Liberty opened a few months ago. The combination of Mexican and Caribbean foods may seem odd, but Mexican cuisine was heavily influenced by Cuban and Carribbean foods. The fusion also reflects the personal history of Casa Rasta's owners, Antonio and Laura Fraga. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review recently profiled the Fragas and Casa Rasta:   ...
  • Monday, November 3, 2014 - 6:39pm
    The Urban Redevelopment Authority is seeking a $412,500 grant from the state in order to improve street lighting throughout parts of East Liberty. If the grant is approved, about 150 energy-efficient light fixtures will be installed along Highland Ave. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review shares more information:   A project to improve street lighting in East Liberty may be aided by a $412,500 Keystone Communities grant from the state.The grant would enable the Urban Redevelopment Authority to...
  • Friday, October 31, 2014 - 9:51pm
    You may recall Discover East Liberty posting a lot about the startup accelerator Thrill Mill. The East Liberty-based company, not even two years old, has raised a lot of successful companies, and is continuing to expand. Recently co-founder Bobby Zappala reflected on these successes with the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.   Two years into an evolution that started with planning events for the city’s young professionals, startup accelerator Thrill Mill is taking a tally of its success...
  • Sunday, October 26, 2014 - 9:58pm
    The Young Preservationists Association of Pittsburgh released its annual list of city sites to save. At the top of the list are the buildings in East Liberty from 6012-6018 Penn Ave. The society aims to bring awareness and, ideally, funding to the sites through the list. The Pittsburgh Tribune Review shares more details.   You may have spotted an aging site around Pittsburgh and found the building, bridge or pool to be charming.“But you may not even realize that it could be in danger...
  • Friday, October 24, 2014 - 8:49pm
    East Liberty Presbyterian Church has released the lineup for its Cathedral Concerts series' 2014-2015 season. All concerts are free except the October 26 performance. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review has the full schedule:   The Cathedral Concerts at East Liberty Presbyterian Church will present an array of instrumental and vocal music at the seven events of its 2014-15 season.The first concert features organist Cherry Rhodes, 4 p.m. Oct. 26, and is co-sponsored by the Organ Artists...
  • Tuesday, October 21, 2014 - 10:35pm
    This Saturday, October 25, East Liberty's Kelly-Strayhorn Theater welcomes acclaimed stand-up comedian Tig Notaro for two shows at 7:30 and 9:30 pm. Notaro was named by Business Insider as one of "50 Women Who Are Changing the World" and made Rolling Stone's list of "50 Funniest People Now." Tickets are available now and at the door for $25. Here is the full event description from KST:   Included on Business Insider’s list of “50...