Ahhhh… The Downtown Pittsburgh lifestyle…..Staying home. Zoom meet ups. Movies on Netflix. EVERY NIGHT.Schooling and working from home. Thinking about attending sporting events. Reminiscing about the last concert with a Spotify playlist. Dreaming of dining at a restaurant. Dude, we’ve got it made. It may be a tad limited at the moment. And it will only befor a moment. FOR NOW, let’s celebrate what we CAN do: The weather!! Can you believe the weather today?The the forecast for the entire week??AWESOME. Like, awesome, dude. PIZZA!!! There is no stay at home order for tacos!!Today is TUESDAY and that means PIZZA!! The weather and pizza. I love the Downtown Pittsburgh lifestyle.Even if limited.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust has raised the curtain on its fall 2021 Broadway series and announced a seven-show series beginning in September that includes two of the most hyped shows in the country: “Hadestown” and “Hamilton,” as well as comfortable favorites like “Oklahoma!” and “To Kill A Mockingbird.”
When you live at http://www.starlofts.com , you are right in the heart of the theater excitement. See you soon! Regards, Janet
Same with a good nap. A great book.A weighted blanket. Sipping warm cocoa.
Slippers.All delicious. The Norwegian word for this is:”Koselig”(the “g” is silent) “Koselig is a Nordic state of mind focusing on coziness. It is a way to embrace and enjoy winter rather thanendure or suffer though it…”
Merry Christmas and a Happy New year 2021 to all!!!
I know that this year has been filled with uncertainty and stressful times but hopefully you all have plans to enjoy the holidays in some way or another. Whether you are staying in or running to see family and friends, please be careful while you are celebrating!
Looking forward, I hope the new year brings with it hope, good health and prosperity for each of you!
I look forward to a great 2021, and we sincerely wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thanks, Janet & Charlie
Merry Christmas Eve! 🎄 I just wanted to reach out and wish you and your loved ones a happy and healthy holiday. This year more than ever it’s important to count our blessings. I know that I am so grateful for the blessings I’ve received this year. One of those is being able to have such amazing residents. Thank youvall!
Downtown is the most walkable neighborhood in Pittsburgh: it ’s easy to walk from one end of Downtown to the other in 25 minutes or less. Getting to major destinations like sports stadiums, local museums, restaurants, and more is all accomplished easily on foot.
When your home is the StarLoftPgh.com luxury apartments, walking is a breeze.
Pittsburgh today is known as a city that supports and encourages bicycling, from protected bike lanes to bike shares to bike parking. Here are some of your options if you want to bike to or around Downtown.
Bicycle Racks in Downtown parking garages and on Port Authority buses Do you live at the StarLoftsPgh luxury apartments? You are on Penn Av, which has dedicated bike lanes. All Port Authority bus routes are equipped with bike racks. Bikes can also be brought aboard the T or Mon Incline at any time and stowed in the designated wheel chair spaces.
What to do with your bike once you’re in Downtown ? All of the Pittsburgh Parking Authority Garages have free sheltered bike racks for public use. Click here to see a map of where the garages with bike parking are located. In addition, the Third Avenue Garage has a fix-it station open to the public and secure bike parking for lease.
Commuting by bike Okay, you’ve decided to bike the whole way into Downtown but you’re not sure which roads to take. The first thing you should do is check out Bike Pittsburgh’s Biking 101 Guide for information on clothing tips, clothing tips, parking your bike, and safety precautions while enjoying your biking experience.
Then you should go to Bike Pittsburgh’s interactive city bike maps and riverfront trails maps that can show you the best way to get through and around the city while enjoying the gorgeous Pittsburgh scenery. If you’re coming from the East End, once you reach the 16th Street Bridge and Penn Avenue, pick up the Penn Avenue Bike Lane which takes you to Penn & Sixth Street. Or, if you’re coming from the North Shore, take the Clemente Bridge bike lane onto Sixth Street to Sixth and Penn Avenue.