Neighborhood Highlights

So you just moved in to a Walnut Capital property… you’re excited to unpack you bags, set up your furniture, and get back into the swing of things. Weather you’re a Pittsburgh native or today is your first day in town, Pittsburgh has tons of hidden gems in every neighborhood that are waiting to be explored. Take a look at Walnut Capital’s extensive guide to Pittsburgh’s best neighborhoods through our interactive map.

 

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Bakery Square

Bakery Square

Work, live and play all in one place! Located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s East End, you are within minutes of trendy stores and hot restaurants right on campus. This neighborhood is a truly walkable community, with bike paths going straight into the heart of Shadyside and acres of trails to enjoy in the adjacent Mellon Park. If you want to be located in Pittsburgh’s most revitalized and exciting neighborhood, choose Bakery Square!

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East End

The East End has quickly become the diamond of Pittsburgh’s recent revitalization, with Walnut Capital leading the charge. A neighborhood full of history and culture is now accompanied by some of the best living, shopping & dining options our city has to offer. When you live in the East End, you literally have everything you need right at your fingertips!

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Lawrenceville

 

Lawrenceville is young and full of culture, making it the perfect neighborhood for creative people, young couples, and even families. Living here, you’ll find yourself walking along Butler Street and exploring the plethora of restaurants, bars, stores, and activities there is to offer! You truly cannot find a livelier place in Pittsburgh.

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Oakland

 

Oakland is considered the cultural, academic and medical center of Pittsburgh where you’ll find prestigious museums, world-class hospitals and universities. One of Pittsburgh’s liveliest neighborhoods, you’ll experience cool coffee shops, multi-cultural restaurants and unique specialty shops accompanied by grand architecture. Oakland is the place to be whether you’re planning a picnic in the park, enjoying an evening of drama or seeking an art or history fix.

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Shadyside

Where boutiques, shops and galleries mingle with national retailers in a neighborhood of tree-lined streets, historic homes, hip events and delicious restaurants. This East End neighborhood includes beautifully restored Victorian mansions alongside modern homes and condos, with three separate business districts – Ellsworth Avenue, Walnut Street and S. Highland Avenue – is one of Pittsburgh’s toniest, and is conveniently located about six miles from Downtown.

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Southside

South Side is a neighborhood packed to the brim with restaurants, bars, and shops. You will never find yourself bored in this part of town! Head down East Carson Street to enjoy Sunday brunch, shop unique stores, and explore all that there is to do!

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Squirrel Hill

Squirrel Hill combines tree lined residential streets, a bustling business district, internationally recognized educational institutions, and two large public parks all five minutes from downtown Pittsburgh. Squirrel Hill is one of the most diverse of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods and home to many authentic restaurants as well as over 1100 acres of parks for its residents and visitors to enjoy.

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Uptown

Within walking distance of Downtown, this is a neighborhood with a city feel. There’s plenty to do in this part of town, from heading to see the Pens play at PPG Paints Arena to checking out some of the local bars. Whether you’re a young professional, medical resident, or Duquesne graduate student, we know you’ll be happy here.

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