It’s no secret that Pittsburgh loves Pittsburgh. But so does everyone else it seems. And this article is the proof. It’s a list of every award and accolade Pittsburgh has received in recent history. Looks like everyone is hopping on the Pittsburgh bandwagon – and we’re damn proud of it!
Since 2000 Pittsburgh has topped a most liveable city list six times. The Economist, Forbes and the Places Rated Almanac.
According to a report published by Grosvenor, a privately owned property group, Pittsburgh’s ability to adapt to and rise above new challenges makes it the 5th most resilient city in the world.
Thanks to a strong economy, a stronger sense of community and upward mobility Pittsburgh is one of the best cities in the U.S. to pursue the American dream.
The view of Pittsburgh from Grandview Avenue on Mt. Washington made the list of America’s most stunning views and ranks as one of the best skylines in the world.
Pittsburgh is home to a bunch of givers who make charitable donations at a rate that exceeds other cities. It’s also home to an expansive sector of non-profits, charities, foundations and philanthropists.
The world is a dangerous place. But Pittsburgh is the third safest city in the states. That’s what Farmer’s Insurance found when they evaluated risk factors like economic stability, crime and natural disasters.
A recent article on Greatist.com ranks Pittsburgh as one of the best cities for 20-somethings. Factors like affordable rent and a good job market, paired with bars and nightlife, create a place young people want to live
When the steel mills closed Pittsburgh suffered. But the city found its footing with a stronghold on tech, education and healthcare earning Pittsburgh a place on the Forbes list of top Comeback cities.
This city isn’t just a comeback city, it’s an up and coming city. More specifically, USA Today honed in on East Liberty when selecting 10 up and coming neighborhoods across the county.
Taking into account indicators of intelligence like universities, libraries, education level museums and public school rankings, Pittsburgh proved to be the smartest city in the states.
Move over Austin, New York and San Francisco. Bon Appetit magazine chose Pittsburgh as the nation’s next food town.
Yeah, we’re smart. But we also know how to party. It helps that Pittsburgh has more bars per capita than any other city and ranks second in pizza shops.
Packed with young people who crave culture, music, arts and good food Pittsburgh was named the most exciting place in Pennsylvania. Take that Philly.
When it comes to parks and rec Pittsburgh is one of the nation’s best places to play. The quality and abundance of its parks, affinity for sport and recreation facilities make it so.
Thanks to the work of BikePGH and the efforts of Mayor Peduto, Pittsburgh is becoming more bikeable and walkable and accessible for non-car users as evident in its selection as one of America’s most bikeable cities.
When comparing median income with the cost of living Pittsburgh ranks #1 in affordability among U.S. cities.
An annual study of literacy puts Pittsburgh in the upper echelon of U.S. cities thanks to an abundance of number of bookstores, educational attainment and library resources.
What does Pittsburgh have in common with a beach in Thailand and a volcano in Africa? All three of these places were selected to National Geographics list of best trips in the world.
A combination of arts and outdoors won over the decision makers at the Travel Channel who included Pittsburgh on a list of All-American Vacations.
That means Pittsburghers read – A. LOT. Amazon compiled the data and named Pittsburgh to its list of “most well-read” cities.
The Steel City has a soft side, and a soft spot for romance and chivalry. That’s why Forbes named Pittsburgh to its list of unexpectedly romantic cities.
Pittsburgh has 700 outdoor public stairways carved through hills with more than 45,000 steps making it Yahoo’s choice for America’s best urban hike.
Attractions like the Carnegie Science Center, Aviary, Zoo and Children’s Museum make Pittsburgh one of the best family travel destination.
According to Livability.com a combination of arts and affordability make Pittsburgh the perfect place to settle in after you call it quits.
When it comes to starting a business, Pittsburgh is great choice. Kiplinger crunched the numbers on cost of living, investment capital, educated workforce and business costs when making its list of best cities to start a business.
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