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The North Hills: A Great Pittsburgh Neighborhood to Live In

Posted on: December 7, 2012

by LoBos Management staff

With such desirable amenities as the 3,000-acre North Park, continued growth in new employment, and relative stability in home prices, Pittsburgh’s North Hills is considered by many to be the place to reside for the near future. Considered one of the finest regional parks in America, North Park offers the opportunity to golf, boat, fish, and swim in one of the country’s biggest swimming pools, along with abundant wildlife, diverse dining options, and more.

The North Hills is linked to other geographically hard-to-access Pittsburgh areas and downtown by Interstate 279, the newest highway in Western Pennsylvania. Access to downtown can be gained without the traffic delays of the city’s many tunnels. Destinations like the Strip District, Mt. Washington, the Steelers and Pirates sports stadiums, and more are a short, convenient commute.

For individuals with health and medical concerns, The North Hills boasts many of the regions’ finest health care facilities. Those who like to be entertained near home can take in an event at Hartwood Acres Amphitheater or sail Lake Arthur. Lastly, the area’s predominance of well-regarded public and private schools give it particular appeal to couples raising families.

Providing quality residential-living properties throughout the greater-Pittsburgh area, LoBos Management manages multiple residences in many of the city’s finest neighborhoods, with access to popular shopping destinations, universities, and hospitals.


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