Morningside, as viewed from a portion of Stanton Heights. You can kind of see how Morningside is tucked into a little flat valley. You can also kind of see that the architecture might be a little more uniform than I … Continue reading
Seriously, why on earth don’t you live in Pittsburgh? 1621 Chislett Street. 6 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms. 2500 sq ft. Built in 1925. $179,000.
It’s pretty slim-pickings when it comes to dining options in Morningside, but if the lack of options keep you headed back to the same place over and over, count yourself among the lucky that Morning Glory Coffeehouse is your slim-picking-pick. … Continue reading
Frederick G. Scheibler was a prominent Pittsburgh architect during the first half of the 20th century. Born and raised in the area, Scheibler had 150 commissions in and around southwestern PA, most of them in Pittsburgh’s ‘suburban’ neighborhoods. ‘Vilsack Row’ … Continue reading
Many Morningsiders maintain strong connections to their Italian roots. Spigno Saturnia is a small agricultural town near Naples from which many Morningsiders emigrated. The building pictured below is a clubhouse of sorts. (MTV’s Jersey Shore has created a whole new … Continue reading
Folks who live on Baker Street get a great view of the Monongahela Allegheny (thanks Erick, no thanks decaf coffee) from their back windows.