Dormont is the best of both worlds: far enough from downtown Pittsburgh to retain its local charm but close enough to offer easy access to everything the city has to offer. Conveniently located, with a T-stop offering quick service downtown, this neighborhood has a distinct character that its residents adore. Old buildings are constantly being renovated, and civic institutions updated and preserved. When the Dormont Pool, a neighborhood staple since the 1920s and one of the largest public pools in Pennsylvania, was closed down, residents raised money to keep it running. It’s easy to see why young professionals and families love to stroll down Dormont’s streets, enjoying the many restaurants, pocket parks, and iconic buildings. Be sure to enjoy the old DorStop Diner or drink to your heart's delight on the Dormont Pub Crawl. You can also spend your afternoons and evenings watching a movie at the old Hollywood Theater, which was recently used to shoot a scene from The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
If you're not sure how much an apartment will cost, the table below shows the average price by size.