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Our Favorite Fall Spots and Activities in Pittsburgh

Posted by Kate Oczypok on October 13, 2017  /  in Blog, Dowtown Pittsburgh, Holidays In Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Things To Do in Pittsburgh  /  Comments off

Fall is such a fun time of year and there’s always something to do in Pittsburgh. We put together a list of fun activities to do this October and November in the ‘burgh. Looking for more to do? Don’t miss Pittsburgh Beautiful’s weekly round-up of things to do each weekend.

Row House Cinema’s a Celebration of George Romero

Enjoy a week’s worth of movies celebrating the horror king. For $28, you’ll get a five movie pass, but please book ahead as the movies sell out quickly.

Best of Pittsburgh Party

The City Paper’s Best of Pittsburgh party will celebrate all the best restaurants. Enjoy bites from winning restaurants, a Boomerang Booth and a live performance.

Haunted Fest

On Oct. 27th, you’ll want to head down to 31st St. Studios for a huge party celebrating Halloween. Enjoy a huge lineup of DJs and artists with a spooky twist.

Triple B Farms Fall Family Apple and Pumpkin Festival

Through Halloween, this fall festival mixed with a carnival is perfect for the whole family. They’ll all enjoy pick-your-own pumpkin patches, hayrides, and slides named after the Liberty Tube and Squirrel Hill Tunnel Slides, a haunted barn and more.

Fall Foliage Cruises with the Gateway Clipper

Catch the gorgeous fall leaves as they change from the deck of one of Pittsburgh’s Gateway Clipper Fleet. Choose from a lunch cruise or sightseeing cruises. There’s no better hospitality than a Gateway Clipper tour.

 

 

My Favorite Holiday Spots and Activities in Pittsburgh

Posted by Lauren Klein on December 10, 2016  /  in Blog, Dowtown Pittsburgh, Holidays In Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Things To Do in Pittsburgh  /  Comments off

There’s nothing I love more than seeing Pittsburgh get all dressed up for the holidays. If you don’t already feel a connection to the City of Steel, I think you may after you visit some of my favorite holiday spots. Grab your coat, your hat and your family, and head out for a wintry night (or day, or both!) on the town.

While there’s holiday fun all over the city (check out this great list of things to do in Pittsburgh over the Holidays ), my favorites are right downtown. There’s so much to see and do!

If you’ve got some shopping to take care of, you can find local, hand-made gifts at the Peoples Gas Holiday Market in Market Square. This is an awesome experience, and I’ve found many great gifts here over the years. Once you’ve checked off everyone on your list, you can visit the Big Guy himself for a photo op. (If you bring a donation to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, the photo is free!)

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After you’ve seen everything at Market Square, there’s even more at PPG Place. If skating is your thing, find the perfect holiday skating experience at the MassMutual Ice Rink (click for information on hours, etc). It’s even bigger than the one at Rockefeller Center! Also at PPG Place is the Wintergarden, which features a display of Santas from around the world, as well as a gingerbread exhibit. Your kiddos are sure to love this!

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If you’ve got energy left after all this (and I hope you do!), hop on the Holly Trolley or a horse-drawn carriage for a tour of all the spectacular holiday decorations and lights that downtown has to offer. This is my favorite part! Maybe take along a hot coffee or cocoa to keep you warm.

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I love this beautiful time of year, and I hope the coming weeks bring you and yours much joy. If there’s anything I can help you with in your real estate journey, please get in touch!

 

*The feature photo at the top of this post is a painting by Linda Barnicott.  For more information on this piece and any of Linda’s work, click here.

 

Affordable Downtown Luxury Living in Pittsburgh

Posted by Lauren Klein on November 16, 2016  /  in Dowtown Pittsburgh, Homes For Sale, Pittsburgh  /  Comments off

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Chatham Tower Condominiums, at 112 Washington Place in Pittsburgh, offers you all of the amenities of luxury downtown living, at a lower cost!   This unit is desirably located within walking distance to strip district, Duquesne University, cultural district, Consol energy center + subway & public transportation.

The Tower was built in 1964 as part of the Chatham Center Complex… part of the early Pittsburgh Renaissance transforming Pittsburgh from a smoke-filled city into the modern era.  Originally luxury rental apartments, the Tower was converted into condominiums in 1981.

Recently, the interior common areas have been renovated as well as new roofing and redesigned outdoor spaces.

For more about Chatham Tower, you can visit the associations page here.

112 Washington Place, Unit 3A, consists of 2 units merged together for nearly 1900 square feet of living space.  The bright and spacious layout offers wonderful Downtown views.  Unit 3A features a modern kitchen, cabinets, tile flooring and stainless steel appliances accompanied by granite counter tops. Parquet flooring throughout adds to the historical feel of the building.  For more on this fantastic opportunity to live downtown, view the listing of 112 Washington Place, Unit 3A.  

Chatham Tower Main Lobby

Don’t hesitate to contact me to arrange a private showing at any time!

For more on the history of Chatham Center, you can click here.

 

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