Downtown Pgh Real Estate

Downtown Pittsburgh is rapidly becoming a place to live again with many newly built and newly renovated condominiums and lofts. Enjoy rooftop decks with close up views of the city's architecture, riverside condominiums, Market Square apartments, and the abundant walkable night life, shopping, and dining that comes with city living. This page is designed to give you basic information on many of the condos, town homes, and lofts available within Pittsburgh City Limits. As our economy rebounds and more businesses cater to the city dwellers, the concept gains momentum. The city offers tax abatement programs on many of the new construction projects, the walkability is constantly increasing, bike lanes are being installed, access to walking trails and parks from within the city are on the increase, all of which makes the city living trend more popular in Pittsburgh today. Use this section of our website to explore some of the city living options available and know that our team is ready to help you through the process of exploring the prospect of purchasing a place to call home in the city.

151 First Side is an 18-story condominium located in Downtown Pittsburgh’s historic First Side neighborhood. The area now serves as urban living with a wide variety of historic architecture including brick town homes, restored firehouses and newer office buildings and restaurants. The secure entry building features a fitness center, party room, business center, assigned integral secure parking, and building concierge. Units range from 1000 to 3400 sq.’ and offer fantastic river and city views.

Located Downtown at 320 Fort Duquesne Blvd. next to the 7-acre Point State Park, Gateway Towers offers fantastic views of the river, Mt. Washington, and the city. The 27 floor building houses four floors of business and 261 condominiums. HOA monthly fees include heating and cooling, water, sewage, trash removal, 24-hour reception desk, and personnel are on site for maintenance, door attendance, and concierge. The building also has a fitness center, party room with a kitchen, residents lounge, billiard room, onsite dry cleaning, and optional bike storage for a fee. Valet parking is optional for a fee. This is a pet friendly building.

Located in the Strip District, The Otto Milk Condos at 2324 Smallman Street offer 1- and 2-bedroom lofts with high ceilings, oversized windows, rooftop decks, terraces, all located within walking distance of markets, shopping, restaurants, clubs and more. An authentic neighborhood just minutes from downtown, home to merchants, small shops, wholesalers, antique galleries, sidewalk vendors, restaurants and nightclubs, this is a real neighborhood with a history that combines an industrial past with a hip vibe. This building consists of 1 and 2 story lofts and has all of the character you would expect in a loft. On site covered and uncovered parking, bike storage, fitness center, lobby with a fireplace and seating, and an elevator are just some of the features and amenities.

The Carlyle, Formerly the Union National Bank Building, is a converted condominium located downtown in Pittsburgh’s central business district at 300 Fourth Avenue. Enjoy the Classical Revival Style building with units from 1200 to 6000 sq.’ Enjoy the walkability of living downtown plus the luxury of living in a classic style building with tall ornate windows and wood floors. This pet friendly building is included in the residential 10-year LERTA Tax Abatement Program.

Downtown Pgh - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Downtown Pgh: $686,700 / County Avg $376,100


Avg Taxes in Downtown Pgh: $8,500 / County Avg $3,800


Avg Sq. Ft. in Downtown Pgh: 1,460 / County Avg 1,712


Avg Price per/sqft in Downtown Pgh:$470 / County Avg $220


Avg Walkscore in Downtown Pgh: 87 / County Avg 56


Avg Year Built in Downtown Pgh: 1967 / County Avg 1940


Avg Days on Website in Downtown Pgh: 161 / County Avg 85


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