Darla's Desk

2500 Smallman is truly unlike any other residential option in Pittsburgh and the response proves it. Here’s some recent news boasting these unique city homes and the thriving neighborhood they're nestled in.

Market Square - Pittsburgh

Living in a neighborhood called Mount Washington, Albert Elovitz, a 71-year-old retail entrepreneur, had stunning views of the Pittsburgh skyline. In time, however, Mr. Elovitz realized that he wanted to be a part of the revitalized downtown—not watching it from afar. So in 2011, he spent about $1 million on a 1,750-square-foot condo in the Residences at Three PNC Plaza, where he has floor-to-ceiling windows that look out on high-rises around him.