Rounded windows and an aluminum staircase are among the unique features found in The Residences at the Historic Alcoa Building.
Many Downtown buildings are a testament to industry — steel, aluminum and glass.
A 100-year-old house in Sheraden needs lots of work, but the reward is a postcard view of Downtown framed by the West End Bridge.
Everything old may be new again, but the Brass Lofts have a certain shine that’s sure to stand for another 100 years.
Communities at a Glance
Sheraden was incorporated as a borough and named after William Sheraden, a settler who gave land for the construction of a railroad depot.
James O’Hara and George A. Bayard established a lot plan between 11th and 15th streets that was unofficially known as Bayardstown.
Entries are now being accepted for the Great Gardens contest sponsored by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden.
Pennsylvania has designated Beckets Run Woodlands in Forward a Wild Plant Sanctuary as a model of sustainable land management.