Stanton Heights seems like the kind of neighborhood that is quite content with existing under the radar and letting the nearby neighborhoods of Lawrenceville, East Liberty, Bloomfield et al make the news and draw the crowds. This makes it all … Continue reading
This building was erected in 1910 as a gathering place for Slovenian immigrants. Apparently, the building had a bowling alley, bar and dance hall and was quite active into the 1970s. The building was closed quite a while back; in … Continue reading
This street is a long and twisting beast and it’s one of the only ways to get to Stanton Heights from the flats along the Allegheny.
Most of the houses in Stanton Heights were built in the late 1950s and early 1960s. One or two-level simple brick homes are king here.
Until the 1950s, a huge chunk of what is now the neighborhood of Stanton Heights was the Stanton Heights Golf Course, part of a private country club that was the largest private course in the city. Take a look at … Continue reading
The western part of Stanton Heights is tucked away on a cliff, almost forming a sub-neighborhood; the houses there show a bit more variety and have great views of Downtown and the Strip.