A Brand New Neighbors in the Strip Website is coming soon
We're produe to announce that we're working quickly to get a new website ready to launch that will be more interactive, more mobile friendly,
and that can help you find what you're looking for faster. In the meantime there will likely be fewer updates to
the existing site, we apologize for any outdated information or problems you encounter while we work to update and
encourage you to check back soon for an all new Neighbors in the Strip website!
26th Street Market and Cafe Grand Opening May 13th - 16th
Check out a great new spot now open at the corner of 26th and Penn for lunch, events, convience items, and more!
announces its 77th Season!
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!
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.)
Don't miss Neighborhood Flea!
The Neighborhood Flea - Mother's Day Edition will bring handmade crafts, carefully curated antiques, and an assortment of great food to the parking lot at 23rd
Street between Penn and Smallman as well as at Wigle Whiskey all happening on Mother's Day from 11 am to 4 pm in the Strip!
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre
reserve your tickets
Read Senator Fontana's Newsletter
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
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
Be sure to visit us soon...and often!