Located in the East Allegheny neighborhood bordering Shadyside, Freindship, Garfield, Highland Park, and Larimer, East Liberty was named after its common grazing lands known as liberties. East Liberty runs a similar course of most residential “downtown” neighborhoods in Pittsburgh – A golden era in the 40’s and 50’s and then a rapid decline the 1960’s as the urban development plans for the location failed. The area continued to decline with many new developments and plans failing in the region over the next 40 years.
Today, however, that trend is changing. With the help from the East Liberty Development Corp as well as the URA, East Liberty is once again beginning to hit what looks to be the start of another rise in popularity in the downtown Pittsburgh area. With the success of the Bakery Square development on Penn Ave., as well as the continued growth and expansion of development in the area, East Liberty is quickly becoming another hot Real Estate Location in Pittsburgh.
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See below article from the Post Gazette site this summer.