Welcome to Neighbors in the Strip, the official website for The Strip
Pittsburgh's Historic Market District

Stay up to date on the Strip with and

 

Please join us for a
Town Meeting
2 dates to choose from:
3/12/15, 4 pm @ Amplify Church (1918 Smallman St.)
or
3/18/15, 6 pm @ PPM
(2401 Penn Ave.)
Agenda includes:
Open Streets Program
Strip Developments
Stroll The Strip
Getting involved
Q & A
RSVP to rhrodgers@yahoo.com
or call 412-201-4774

 


Pittsburgh Opera
announces its 77th Season!

 


History Uncorked!
3/6/15
Presented by BNY Mellon
tickets on sale now!


The Strip District was voted "Best Neighborhood in Pittsburgh!"
Heartland Homes asked Pittsburghers to vote for their favorite neighborhood. Click image below to view all the results.

 


Celebrating Pittsburgh's Strip District and Lawrenceville
Don't miss an issue!
www.thestrippgh.com

 

Produce Terminal Redevelopment Public Meeting
If you are interested in reviewing the development plans being considered for the Produce Terminal building, click here for the powerpoint presentation from the public meeting.

 


Considering a donation to Neighbors in the Strip or would you like an easy way to pay for a membership? Click on our PayPal account:
(NITS is a 501(c)3 non-profit and your contribution may be tax deductible.)



9th Annual Farm to Table Pittsburgh Local Food Conference
Theme: Cook at Home
March 27 & 28, 2015
David L. Lawrence Convention Center
1000 Fort Duquesne Boulevard

 


Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre
2015-2016 Season!

 



Saturday, 3/31/15
reserve your tickets

 


Read Senator Fontana's Newsletter

 


If you shop Amazon.com, please use AmazonSmile and a small percentage of the sale will be donated to support the programs of Neighbors in the Strip. Thanks!

 


Zone 2 Police
“Lunch and Learn” on
Bike Theft Prevention and
Bike Safety
Bike Theft Prevention
Bicycle Guide
Bike Commuting 101
Additional information can be found at
Bike Pgh
and
City of Pittsburgh
AND
The Pittsburgh Police is offering
Citizens Police Academy
Spring 2015
An exciting opportunity for city residents to gain an insider's perspective of the internal operations of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police
get more info & application
 


Welcome to our new members:
26th Street Market and Cafe
Altar Bar
Drusky Entertainment
Static
Terror Town
Xtaza


Parking in the Strip District

click to view a map of Strip
parking lots and garage

Click to see
bus stops in the Strip
Port Authority of
Allegheny County



NEW!
Yum's Restaurant Guide
to the Strip.


Sunday hours for Strip Businesses!
click to view




check out the events...
www.heinzhistorycenter.org

SPECIALS IN THE STRIP:


Check out theWholey Times

Live/Work in the Strip

Commercial/Retail/Residential
lease or puchase...it's all here.
Check out what's available
for living and working
in the Strip.

 
The Priory Hotel now offers a Discover the Strip Package!
Learn more.


A food tasting adventure
and historic walking tour exploring the Strip District of past and present.
www.burghfoodtour.com


Our mission at Neighbors in the Strip is to promote economic development opportunities while preserving the personality, integrity and character of the Strip.

Here you'll find information on the Strip and it's variety of local and national businesses, restaurants, shops and markets...many of which are Pittsburgh landmarks.

Experience Saturday mornings in the Strip...it's always a festival.

Feast on a hearty breakfast at the best -- Pamela's P&G Diner...Discover 250 years of history at the Heinz History Center...


Pray at St. Patrick's 28 steps - replicated from the original Holy Stairs...Experience the latest in Contemporary Craft..Wrap your mouth (if you can) around an original Primanti's sandwich... Peruse ethnic foods of all kinds -- Italian, Mexican, Asian, Greek and more... Learn Irish Dancing at Mullaney's Harp & Fiddle on Tuesday nights... Smell the smells... Sit on Roland's balcony and Sip an "Iron City"... Dance the night away...

Be sure to visit us soon...and often!

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