Hello hipsters! Do you like your coffee third-wave, your cuisine locally sourced, and your denim raw? If so, Lawrenceville might be for you. Once a sleepy borough in northeast Pittsburgh, Lawrenceville now attracts a young, hip contingent to its shop-packed streets. There are always new restaurants and hip cafés — from vegan Levantine cuisine at B52 to fair-trade espresso at Constellation — popping up on and around Butler Street, as well as a vibrant arts scene that supports design companies, theaters, and galleries. Lawrenceville is the largest neighborhood in Pittsburgh and, despite its growing popularity as a cultural center, many of the properties in this area are still extremely affordable.
If you're not sure how much an apartment will cost, the table below shows the average price by size.