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America’s long history and fascination with birds is easily demonstrated through a quick review of some common idioms: “wild goose chase,” “crazy as a loon,” “proud as a peacock,” “fly like an eagle,” “the early bird gets the worm,” et al. This cultural absorption of birds into our daily use of the English language signals an overwhelming interest in these flying creatures. And with this fascination comes a national venue where guests can fawn over fowl, extol orioles, praise the jays, and celebrate the plate-billed toucan: the National Aviary. Located on Pittsburgh’s North Side in Allegheny Commons West, the National Aviary houses more than six hundred birds from around the world and has been showcasing the unique collection to visitors since 1952. Like the Pittsburgh Zoo, the National Aviary is organized by region / ecosystem with birds that are indigenous to tropical rainforests, wetlands, and grasslands. In addition to these regional markers, though, there are also specialty exhibits where specific birds rule the roost: Penguin Point, Condor Court, and Eagle Hall. During the first full weekend of January 2013, the National Aviary is featuring an exhibit of “Grand Birds of America,” a celebration that involves flamingos, pelicans, owls, and a special feeding demonstration of the great bald eagle. The Aviary also shows bird related films, hosts events for schools, is available for private functions, and hosts regular holiday themed festivities. Having the rare indoor opportunity to gawk at a hawk or ogle an eagle is something that should not be missed. And as a local landmark, the National Aviary is easily accessible to Western Pennsylvanians and bird enthusiasts from the world over.


Just blocks from this treasured bird sanctuary is Lobos Management’s Northe Point apartment building. Located at 3250 Richardson Street on the North Side, the beautiful red brick building features one and two bedroom apartments, recently renovated kitchens, and easy access to onsite laundry facilities. Also just a short distance from this Lobos Management property is the Allegheny Observatory, a state of the art research center dedicated to the exploration of the universe. With so much to offer residents of the North Side, it is no wonder that this neighborhood is a hotspot for culture, dining, and nightlife. And there is no better place to experience life on the North Side than by residing in this prime Lobos Management property. For more information about Lobos Management or any of our other North Side apartments, please visit our website at http://www.lobosmanagement.com or track us down on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/lobosmanagement.  



The North Side of Pittsburgh is home to many of the most interesting and exciting attractions within the city limits, making this neighborhood a hotspot for tourists and locals alike. Two of Pittsburgh’s most compelling art museums – the Andy Warhol Museum and The Mattress Factory – bring popular culture and high culture onto the historic streets of the North Side and draw visitors from all over the world. The Warhol hosts a huge collection of the Pittsburgh artist’s original works and sponsors regular musical and theatrical performances as well as film screenings and rotating exhibits. The Mattress Factory focuses on installation art and brings a contemporary approach to blending art, culture, and politics into each of the exhibition floors. In addition to these two world renowned art museums, the North Side is also home to the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, an interactive institute where art, science, and music come to life. Visiting children can engage in one of the many exhibits, take part in studio workshops, build sailable boats, and connect with the natural elements of the museum’s outdoor garden space. In 1998, Fred Rogers aided in the creation of the Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood exhibit at the Children’s Museum which continues to spark the imaginations of old and young alike. King Friday’s Castle is located in the museum’s theater; the Neighborhood Trolley is parked in the garage; X the Owl’s Tree is hosted in the museum’s outdoor nursery, and Mr. Rogers’ sweater and sneakers are prominently displayed in the museum’s Makeshop.


With so many cultural events happening on the North Side of Pittsburgh, it has truly become one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city. Lobos Management’s Northe Point property is just blocks away from all of the arts and activities on the North Side, but arts are not the only draw to the area. Sporting events at PNC Park and Heinz Field are only a short distance from the Northe Point apartments, fine dining and shopping are available along Western Avenue and East Ohio Street, and the historic Mexican War Streets are just blocks away.  For those interested in experiencing the best that Pittsburgh has to offer, Lobos Management’s Northe Point apartments cannot be beaten. For more information about Lobos Management, Northe Point, or any of our other North Side area apartments, please visit our website at http://www.lobosmanagement.com or track us down on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/lobosmanagement.    


The Museums on the North Side and Lobos Management’s Northe Point Apartments