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Walnut on Highland Apartments

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121 S Highland Avenue Pittsburgh, PA

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Studio - 3
Beds
1 - 3
Baths
510 - 1,426
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Last Updated:
about 10 hours ago
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1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent at Walnut on Highland in Pittsburgh, PA
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$1,270
510 ft2
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent at Walnut on Highland in Pittsburgh, PA
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$1,320
580 ft2
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent at Walnut on Highland in Pittsburgh, PA
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$1,345
568 ft2
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent at Walnut on Highland in Pittsburgh, PA
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$1,350
644 ft2
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent at Walnut on Highland in Pittsburgh, PA
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$1,355
558 ft2
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent at Walnut on Highland in Pittsburgh, PA
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$1,370
580 ft2
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent at Walnut on Highland in Pittsburgh, PA
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$1,400
558 ft2
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$1,485
580 ft2
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$1,520
510 ft2
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent at Walnut on Highland in Pittsburgh, PA
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$1,540
510 ft2
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent at Walnut on Highland in Pittsburgh, PA
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$1,590
558 ft2
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$1,610
558 ft2
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$1,865
900 ft2
3 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms Apartment for rent at Walnut on Highland in Pittsburgh, PA
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$2,950
1,426 ft2
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818 ft2
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900 ft2
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Pets
dogs-allowed Dogs Ok cats-allowed Cats Ok generic-checkmark Pet Park generic-checkmark Pet Friendly Community
Amenities
ac Air Conditioning dishwasher Dishwasher gym Fitness Center refrigerator Refrigerator garbage Garbage Disposal walk-in-closets Walk in Closets security Controlled Access generic-checkmark keyless entry generic-checkmark Range / Oven generic-checkmark Cable-Ready generic-checkmark Secured Entry generic-checkmark Business Center generic-checkmark on-site management generic-checkmark Smart Thermostat generic-checkmark Elevator generic-checkmark Court Yard generic-checkmark Smoke-Free Community generic-checkmark resident events generic-checkmark Central A / C generic-checkmark Granite Countertop generic-checkmark Package Receiving generic-checkmark bike storage generic-checkmark concierge services generic-checkmark Microwave generic-checkmark High-Speed Internet generic-checkmark 24-hour Maintenance generic-checkmark Bike Parking
Parking
car Covered Parking

More Info:   Garage

Laundry
Laundry In-Unit Laundry Laundry On-Site Laundry
Property Details
The rise and fall of East Liberty is a familiar story in Pittsburgh. In its “golden era” in the 1940s and 1950s, East Liberty exemplified a vibrant commercial center and a tight-knit residential community. Pittsburgh’s “second downtown” declined rapidly in the 1960s after an ambitious urban renewal program designed to remake East Liberty so that it could compete with the new suburban markets and shopping malls.

This 1999 community plan, developed by stakeholders and called A Vision for East Liberty, set the stage for the next generation of revitalization. The plan highlighted community initiatives that represented the beginning of local investment and success, which became the building blocks for change. East Liberty was determined to reposition itself as a successful, self-sustaining community once again.

The Highland Building was the second-to-last of legendary architect Daniel Hudson Burnham’s 16 Pittsburgh commissions. Burnham is most famous for his pioneering designs for Chicago skyscrapers and his work as consulting architect of the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893. He also designed many of Pittsburgh’s most famous buildings, including Union Station (now The Pennsylvanian), the Frick Building and the Henry W. Oliver Building.

Walnut Capital is thrilled to announce the redevelopment of East Liberty’s Highland Building into premier city living rentals at Walnut on Highland. Enjoy luxury suites in walking distance to local restaurants, and shops in Pittsburgh’s trendy East End. Residencies are one and two bedrooms – many with fantastic views.
Lease & Fees

Lease Length:   Short term leasing may be available

Office Hours

Monday:   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday:   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Wednesday:   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday:   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday:   10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Additional Info

Other:   Laundry: Each floor; some units have in-unit hook-ups

Year Built:   2013

Unit Count:   135

Last Updated:   about 10 hours ago

Contact Number:   (412) 685-4091

Property Manager: Walnut Capital
Where You'll Live

Walnut on Highland
121 S Highland Avenue Pittsburgh, PA

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