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Los Angeles has West Hollywood. Portland, Oregon has Alberta Street. Baltimore has Hampden. Each of these neighborhoods is often referred to as “quirky” or “artsy,” and these terms have become synonymous with an active youth culture. Although West Hollywood and Alberta in Portland are primarily composed of American youth, the quirky part of Baltimore commingles the old with the new, the traditional with the emerging arts and music scene of the city. Pittsburgh’s Bloomfield is the same kind of neighborhood, blending the heritage and population of the neighborhood with a lively arts and youth culture. Galleries like Box Heart and independent record stores like Sound Cat (formerly Paul’s CDs) cater to the booming hipster population of the neighborhood, and music venues like Howler’s Coyote Café and the Bloomfield Bridge Tavern bring live touring music to Liberty Avenue. Arguably, though, the hub of Bloomfield’s artsy youth culture is at the Bloomfield Sandwich Shop, a small diner where punks and artists gather for meals, coffee, and camaraderie. It is not uncommon to see a dozen of these lively patrons of the Shop casually playing music on the street in front of the building.

 

Lobos Management’s Edmond Square, located at 507 Edmond Street, offers quick access to all of the culture along Liberty Avenue in Bloomfield. Just two blocks off of the main throughway, residents of Edmond Square can easily shop at one of the specialty grocery stores, grab coffee at Starbuck’s or Crazy Mocha, enjoy the game at Lot 17, or even get a bite at the Bloomfield Sandwich shop. The building features two bedroom apartments that offer central air conditioning, balconies, and off-street parking in the private lot adjacent to the property. For more information about Lobos Management, Edmond Square, or any of our other Bloomfield area apartments, please visit our website at http://www.lobosmanagement.com or track us down on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/lobosmanagement.  

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Quirky Bloomfield and Lobos Management’s Edmond Square

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