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Pittsburgh, once related to "the smoky city" and "hell with the lid off" due to its sooty factories, is a modern success story. Since World War II, air quality controls, stream purification laws and the razing and redesign of congested areas have resulted in a city that surprises first-time visitors. The new Pittsburgh is the city of skyscrapers, fountains, parks, more than 700 bridges and close-knit neighborhoods with a active cultural life. More than any other inland port city in American Pittsburgh has over 70 miles of urban riverfront. Due to the conversion of Pittsburgh from an industrial hub to to a leader in science and technology and the success of its rehabilitation efforts have made President George W. Bush to call it “knowledge Town,” and the Wall Street Journal to rate it as one of the top most technology markets, it gained one its nicknames as “Roboburgh.” Its Population account as per 2003 Census was estimated as 325,337.

Pittsburgh marks for continental climate, with four distinctive seasons- spring, summer, autumn and winter. Because of its location between the Great Lakes and the Allegheny mountains, Pittsburgh's weather is often overcast and rainy.

Economy: Pittsburgh has a access to large reserves of raw materials, especially coal, was instrumental to the out growth of the “Steel City' as a leading industrial unit in the late 19th century. Its industries are transportation equipment, metal,wood, plastic, paper and glass products, printing and publishing, oil refining, textile, chemicals and computers.

Points of Interest: The region of downtown is known as the Golden Triangle, includes Gateway Center- a landscaped center of office and hotel space. Pittsburgh is the seat of the Carnegie-Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh, Chatham College, Duquesne University, Carlow College, and station of experimentation of the U.S. Bureau of Mines. The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts and neighboring theaters, the Carnegie Institute's art and natural history museums, the Carnegie Library and the Andy Warhol Museum are noteworthy. On the University of Pittsburgh campus is a memorial hall dedicated to Stephen Foster who was born (1826) in Lawrenceville, now part of the city.

SPORTS OF INTEREST: Pittsburgh has diversified sports for its residents, National Football League, National Hockey League, Major League Baseball, Basketball, American Indoor Football League and many other local games to enjoy.

REAL ESTATE: Pittsburgh's locations priced homes for 20%-30% less than all other parts of the country.

Available ZIP Codes: 15215, 15223, 15212, 15206, 15201, 15139, 15221

This is a great time for buyers to fetch your Dream home at a GREAT price. A lot of inventory is available for buyers to choose from. Pittsburgh is regarded as A Diamond In The Rough; it has been voted the 3rd least costly city to live and the 9th Most Livable City in the Nation. We offer four free mortgage quotes with no obligation. You can compare mortgage quotes from top lenders of your area. Please fill the form to get free and fast quotes.
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