|Population density:||5,499 per square mile|
|Median household income:||$37,161|
|Total population:||305,704 people|
|Median age:||33 years old|
|Square miles:||55.58 square miles|
Pittsburgh’s affordability and a strong influx of Home to some of the largest medical research hospitals in the country as well as top universities, this “thinking town” . Nicknamed the “City of Bridges” for its 446 bridges, Pittsburgh is situated in southwestern Pennsylvania right at the confluence of the Ohio River.
Major technology companies such as Google, Apple, Bosch, Disney, Uber, Intel and IBM have Pittsburgh offices. Top universities—including sburgh—give the city a youthful, well-educated vibe. Sports fans also abound, and they’re quite faithful to their Pittsburgh Steelers and Pirates. The status of being both a big city and a college town gives Pittsburgh a unique blend of sophisticated style and youthful energy.
Pittsburgh is positioned where the Ohio, Monongahela and Allegheny rivers collide—this exact point downtown is called the “Golden Triangle.” The Mount Washington neighborhood is known for its steep hill overlooking the Pittsburgh skyline. The view was rated the second-most beautiful vista and best urban vista in America by . The neighborhood’s Duquesne Incline railroad takes riders up one of the oldest, continuous inclines (800 feet long) in the world to a row of upscale restaurants at a point 400 feet high, paralleling the crest of Mount Washington.
The city is known for its many arts and cultural options, thanks to a history of contributions from industrialists such as Andrew Carnegie. Along with a vibrant theater scene, residents enjoy the Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts, home of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and a strong tradition of jazz, blues and bluegrass. Pittsburgh is also famous for its Andy Warhol Museum and Carnegie Museum of Art. The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is a favorite destination for families, while several licensed casinos, including the Rivers Casino, entertain the over-21 set.