Strip District

Historical Spot
The Strip District ("The Strip") is a one half mile long neighborhood alongside the Allegheny River in downtown Pittsburgh. The Strip features many historic attractions, buildings, and factories, with a lot of its original architecture. Recently, The Strip has become more known for its markets and vendors selling anything from seafood to flowers to fruits. It is also recognized for having restaurants and bars, serving Polish, Italian, Mexican, Vietnamese, and more. You will also find many retail stores with clothing boutiques, antique stores, and sports merchandise spots. In newly renovated warehouses, art studies and workout studies are featured.
What Strip District Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
8.0
value
7.0
amenities
9.0
social
8.0
management
7.0
Median rents in Strip District
Studio
$
1,700
1 Bedroom
$
1,800
2 Bedroom
$
2,785

Getting to Know
Strip District

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Liberty Ave to allegheny River
dining
21st Street Coffee And Tea
Café Raymond
Savoy
The Enrico Biscotti
The Enrico Biscotti Co
convenience
CVS Pharmacy
fitness
Club Pittsburgh
Crossfit Habitat
Pittsburgh Water Limo
coffee
La Prima Espresso Co
bus
91 (bus)
parking
Alco Parking - Cork Factory Garage
Ppg Parking

Best Apartments
in Strip District


Studio $1,030
1 Bed $1,060

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1 Bed $1,360
2 Beds $2,043
3 Beds $3,666

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Studio $1,617
1 Bed $1,785
2 Beds $2,390

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Studio $1,100
1 Bed $1,511
2 Beds $2,115

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1 Bed $1,530

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