Above is a shot of 279 cutting right through East Allegheny. Highway construction causes obvious destruction of neighborhoods- The Avery Institute, founded in 1849 by philanthropist and abolitionist Charles Avery as a place where African-Americans could receive a classical education, … Continue reading
And what’s more German than bier and Bach?
East Ohio Street acts as the main drag of East Allegheny. Many of the buildings that line the business district (mainly in the Western part of town) date from the 1880s and feature some ornate stone and brickwork. East Ohio … Continue reading
4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, patio with pond, hardwood floors, fireplaces, views of city, 3,278 sq ft, built in 1900: $322,500 as in $700,000 cheaper than you’d pay in my hometown of Washington, D.C.
Built in 1854, what is now the Grand Hall used to be St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, a hub for the German, Swiss and Austrian communities. Interesting tidbit: the church was created without windows because of ‘the constant vandalism of … Continue reading
East side of town: West side of town:
The east side of town, while featuring a few gems, has an abundance of vacant properties that have tons of potential. Spend a few minutes walking around and you’re likely to see a lot of houses that look like this: … Continue reading