Living in Lawrenceville

Pittsburgh's eclectic hub for tech, art, specialty shops, premiere eateries, and nightspots.

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Large enough to be comprised of three city neighborhoods (Lower, Central, and Upper), Lawrenceville stretches from the eastern edge of the Strip District, barely a mile from Downtown, along the banks of the Allegheny River, almost to the western border of Highland Park. Nearly 11,000 people call our 2.5 square miles home. Lawrenceville is an eclectic hub for tech, art, specialty shops, premiere eateries, and nightspots. Offering modern and historic housing, convenient access to several neighborhood business districts, and easy access to work in Downtown and Oakland, the two largest employment centers in the region. Key features of Lawrenceville include Arsenal Park, Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics Engineering Consortium, and the new Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC campus.

Read more at http://lvpgh.com/explore/the-neighborhood/.

 

Walking:
• Cafes and Coffee shops
• Restaurants
• Library
• Bars
• Arsenal Park
• Riverfront Access
• Dog Park
• Art Galleries

 

Biking:
• Strip District
• Downtown
• Riverfront trails
 

Transit:
• 91 – Downtown
• 93 – Oakland
• 64 – Squirrel Hill, Waterfront