Bound on the northern tip by I-20 and Castleberry Hill, a Norfolk Southern rail line which includes Mechanicsville on the northeast, Metropolitan Parkway and Adair Park on the west, Peoplestown on the east, and the BeltLine and the Capitol View Manor neighborhood on the south, Pittsburgh is within walking distance of downtown and Grant Park (and the zoo). Founded in 1883 as a black working-class suburb, its namesake actually is from the Pittsburgh we’re all familiar with, home to Pennsylvania’s steel mills. Interestingly, the neighborhood was developed by the same gent that built-up Morningside.

Still somewhat underdeveloped, the rise in intown living is starting to give Pittsburgh visibility and interest. The BeltLine also sees a lot of potential for the neighborhood, with intent to see the plans to revitalize Pittsburgh’s McDaniel Street into a main street centerpiece through, linking the BeltLine at its southern end.

Other neighborhood amenities include the Pittman Park and Recreation Center and the Salvation Army Community Center, both offering activities for every age group. Keep your eye on Pittsburgh…we expect to see great things soon!

Pittsburgh’s Atlanta Public Schools:

  • Gideons Elementary School
  • Parks Middle School
  • Carver High School

August-November 2016:

  • Average listing price – $88,122.00
  • Median sales price – $72,487.00 (+51.3% year-over-year)