Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership
Ahead of the Pirates first playoff appearance in 20 years, a rally will be held Monday to get the fans fired up for the big Wild Card game.
Pittsburgh has its fair share of gray, cloudy days like today- which might be why so many people appreciate any day that you can have lunch outside.
Sounds and sights to savor. The Farmers’ Market in Market Square offers a taste of the summer season now through October.
Pittsburgh has been named among 15 cities in the U.S. with emerging downtowns.
Downtown Pittsburgh love stories are now being told in an online contest. The winning entry will appear on Valentine’s Day o n a website operated by the Pittsburgh downtown partnership.
In the eyes of a child, this night is about Santa, glittering trees, and fireballs. But Light Up Night and the Santa Spectacular mean something completely different to a grown-up mayor.
Market Square, in Downtown Pittsburgh, will be transformed into a 16th century European marketplace, on the first Saturday after Thanksgiving.
The calendar currently says June and it is hot outside, but at PPG Place, the holiday season was on everyone’s mind Thursday.
“KidsPlay at Market Square” kicked off another summer of song, hands-on craftsmanship and guest artists Tuesday morning.
A sunny day set the tone for the grand opening of the Thursday Farmers’ Market in Market Square. “We get an estimated 7,000 to 10,000 people pass through this market each and every Thursday,” says Ida D’Errico of Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership.
The City of Pittsburgh is growing. On Tuesday, officials announced the plans for more than $4 billion in investment and development throughout the city.
Parking on the North Shore and hopping the T to downtown will be facilitated by the cost of using the service — free.
Can you feel the holiday spirit? Believe it or not, the city’s annual holiday season kickoff celebration – “Light Up Night” – is just about two weeks away.
Imagine catching the “T” from Station Square and riding all the way to the North Shore Connector without paying a dime. It could happen if the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership convinces local corporations to pick up the tab.