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Welcome to A Noteworthy Neighborhood. It's Greenfield, and it's a safe, friendly, and hilly residential community with attractive offerings for all.
You'll find residents who proudly hold family ties to the neighborhood for generations, along with a constant influx of new residents drawn to its small town feel. Students at Pittsburgh universities take advantage of the close proximity to campus in a lower-key setting, with lower than average housing costs, and good safety records. Families find themselves drawn to Greenfield's old-time charm coupled with easy access to city conveniences and great prices for first-time home buyers.The views of Downtown aren't bad either! Greenfield's also known for it's often dizzying quirky street layout, which only adds to the charm of the place. It's quiet without being sleepy, and with several bus lines to choose from, access to work or to school in Pittsburgh is nearly effortless. In fact, people like that it's in the middle of everything and it's possible to take to bike or foot to explore much of it. It's hard to claim boredom with the great assortment of recreational and entertainment activities available there. A historic steel plant enjoys a modern transformation as The Waterfront, a popular outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment complex. It's got big box stores, movie screens, and eateries from national chains to specialty restaurants. Add to that the community's two business districts and you'll see that a diverse array of shopping makes the task easy. Then there are the ball fields, swimming pool and hockey rinks in town. And neighboring Schenley Park takes up the slack with its endless array of offerings, making Greenfield a parks and rec lovers dream neighborhood. It boasts a number of national and local celebrity ties too, including two Pittsburgh mayors, Andy Warhol (he attended one of the neighborhood's many notable churches), and multiple sports greats.
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