Pittsburgh is one of those up-and-coming cities we’re consistently hearing more and more about. The East End, particularly Shadyside, has been focused on attracting young professionals to its neighborhood with lots of bar and restaurant options, green spaces mixed with urban development and as much shopping as you could want. This push has definitely been working – more people are flocking to the area, creating a need for upscale apartment living set amongst the rest of the neighborhood offerings.
Bakery Living, a 175-unit building owned by Capital Walnut, checks every box – underground parking, indoor pool and gym, dry cleaning and dog walking on-site, large communal balconies and lobbies, and free Starbucks coffee in the morning, making it “the cool place to be” for young professionals. Its central location to the nearby Target, Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods keeps the convenience factor front and center, while the community activities like regular pizza nights in the common area help residents mix and mingle. This is a huge draw for many of the individuals who are new to the Pittsburgh area, and the safety and security boasted by the building management also adds to the appeal.