Living in the Strip District
This one-half square mile shopping and entertainment district running from 11th to 33rd streets has slowly been converted from an industrial community of warehouses and foundries to a mecca of new development. The Strip district is a haven for ethnic grocery stores, meat and fish markets, bakeries, coffee shops, and restaurants. Penn Avenue and Smallman Street have become a treasured destination to reside because of their close proximity to downtown Pittsburgh, unique living opportunities, and accessibility to businesses old and new.
The latest transformation in the area is the Terminal Building project. This building opened in 1929 as the Pennsylvania Railroad Fruit Auction & Sales Building to serve the tri-state area as a produce distribution hub. Today, the Terminal Building has been reinvented into a mixed-use property full of vibrancy and new-life featuring fitness studios, breweries, shops, and more!
Style of Strip District Houses
When looking to buy a house in Pittsburgh’s Strip District, you will find a mix of well established neighborhoods and new construction opportunities with a heavy presence of townhouses, apartments, and condos.
Thinking about buying a home in the Strip District?
If you’re looking to buy a house in the Strip District, The Sisters Sold It real estate team would love to guide you through the home buying process. Contact us today or browse current listings in Strip District, Pa below.
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Thinking about selling your Strip District home?
If you currently own a house or property in the Strip District and are considering selling, we would be happy to help you through the process! Our listings sell for 3% more than the average home sale in Pittsburgh! Homes we list on average sell for 101% of their list price in 18 days. In Allegheny and Washington County, homes on average sell for 98% of the list price in 39 days.
Contact us today to discuss current real estate market trends in your area!
Businesses we love in the Strip District
Defer Coffee, Colangelos, La Prima, Love Pittsburgh, Wholey’s Fish Market, Chicken Latina, Roxanne’s dried flowers, Grandpa Joe’s, Haute Haute Haute, Kaya, Penn Mac, Enrico Biscotti, Synseri’s