Anyone who knows Pittsburgh knows that Light Up Night is the must-do event of the holiday season in our fair city. The weather is cooler, the holiday spirit is starting to set in, and Downtown Pittsburgh puts on its party clothes and dresses up to impress all of its visitors.
Could a vacant building on Smithfield Street, that once was the glamorous home of the sparkle and shine of a Saks Fifth Avenue, soon be home to milk, eggs and “do you have your advantage card?”
One year ago, PPG Place was purchased by a North Carolina-based real estate company. Now that company, Highwoods Properties, is planning some changes, especially near Market Square.
The skating rink at PPG Place to Market Square and over to Point State Park – all of them were filled with tens of thousands of people Friday night celebrating the start of the holiday season. Pittsburgh knows how to throw a party.
The calendar currently says June and it is hot outside, but at PPG Place, the holiday season was on everyone’s mind Thursday.
Tom Cruise, who has been in Pittsburgh for a few weeks now working on his new movie, was spotted taking a break from filming this weekend to spend time with his family.
Nothing signals the start of the holidays like Light Up Night in downtown Pittsburgh. From the skaters at PPG place to the marching bands parading down Penn Avenue, the twinkle of each new bulb is a symbol of the season.
Anyone who knows Pittsburgh knows that Light Up Night is the must-do event of the holiday season in our fair city. The free outdoor event truly has something for everyone!
PPG Place in downtown Pittsburgh officially has a new owner. Highwoods Properties of Raleigh, N.C. announced that it was acquiring the complex from an affiliate of the Hillman Company.
If your children are bored, there are plenty of places to take your kids around town. But here are some tried-and-true hits for the little ones, according to PopCity.