The ugly brick buildings of Arlington Heights provide enough of a bleak atmosphere, but the real shame of the neighborhood is the large fenced-off field that occupies most of the area, unused and unmaintained. The fields could easily be turned … Continue reading
The Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh’s website mentions that residents of the housing project in Arlington Heights enjoy ‘one of the most breathtaking views of Downtown Pittsburgh.’ I didn’t get up the top floors of the buildings but … Continue reading
By my count there are 4 residences in Arlington Heights that are not part of the housing project there. One of them looks like this: And another one looks like this: So 25% of the stand alone houses in Arlington … Continue reading
Loretto cemetery was created in 1912 and is mainly filled with the graves of the South Side’s Slavic immigrant families. For years the cemetery was neglected and was the site of illegal dumping. This 10 year old Post-Gazette article highlighted … Continue reading
There are 150 apartments in Arlington Heights and they are all in buildings like the one pictured above. Parts of the buildings are covered in graffiti, then painted over, and then covered in more graffiti.