Save the Date! South Side Mid-Winter Soup Contest planned for Feb. 17
The South Side Mid-Winter Soup Contest, presented by Iron & Glass Bank, will take place on Saturday, February 17. From noon to 4 p.m., “soup hop” to over 25 shops and vote for your People’s Choice favorite. The cost to participate is only $5 and a can of soup to benefit The Brashear Association Food Pantry. Visit our Events Page for more details.
Marketing & Communications Program Manager Job Posting
Thank you for your interest in the Marketing & Communications position at South Side Local Development Company! Please review the Job Posting and respond accordingly.
New homes for sale in Pittsburgh’s hilltop neighborhoods
Phase 1 of the Hilltop Housing Initiative is complete and homes are available for sale! The Initiative is a 45-unit affordable housing development intended to revitalize Pittsburgh’s Allentown, Beltzhoover, and Knoxville neighborhoods. Six of the first eight homes on Beltzhoover and Industry streets are still available. If you are interested, please contact Jennifer Cash Wade of Northwood Realty at (412) 367-3200, ext. 124 or [email protected], or visit www.northwood.com, MLS Nos. 556221-556228.
Explore South Side and other city neighborhoods with new tours
South Side is one of seven city neighborhoods featured on the new Pittsburgh Neighborhood Tours. The other neighborhoods are Bloomfield, Lawrenceville, Mt. Washington, North Side, Oakland, and the Strip District.
The website includes profiles of the neighborhoods, along with travel tips. The site also features several self-guided tours, such as Pious Pittsburgh, Sounds of the City, and Pittsburgh Arts Big and Small.
Fun features for residents and visitors include “Share my Pittsburgh Story”and “Send a Postcard” sections. The site even offers information on special events and ways that urban explorers can either “Spare no Expense” or get “Cheap Thrills” in the neighborhoods.
Pittsburgh Neighborhood Tours was financed by a grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.
This site was funded in part by the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh, Mayor Tom Murphy, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the Federal Government.