The City of Pittsburgh; two of the nation’s top-ranked research universities (Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh); and Pittsburgh International Airport.
A hub for advanced technology industries such as electro-optics, nanotechnology and precision carbide manufacturing.
Easy access to Northeastern Ohio and Pittsburgh International Airport; home to three colleges / universities, four state and county parks and several golf courses.
Diverse economy that is strong in technology, manufacturing and health care; includes: Cranberry Township, one of the fastest-developing communities in the Country.
City of Pittsburgh
A thriving urban core, “America’s Most Livable City” is loaded with business and offers an unparalleled quality of life; complete with unique neighborhoods, centers of innovation, arts & culture and recreational opportunities to fit any imagination.
Strategic location bordering Maryland and West Virginia, situated in the D.C./Baltimore corridor; home to Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece, Fallingwater, and the state’s premier resort destination, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort.
A tradition of manufacturing and energy production, especially coal, and the skilled workforce to support it; Interstate 79 connects Pittsburgh to the southern United States.
A diverse economy with prominent Indiana University of Pennsylvania, which was recently designated as one of the top “Values in Higher Education,” at the center of the community.
Nearly a dozen business parks offer state-of-the-art business sites at affordable rates; rolling hills provide a scenic location.
Minutes from the City of Pittsburgh, Ohio, West Virginia and far beyond; with an array of north-south and east-west highway connections; quality educational opportunities at California University of Pennsylvania and Washington and Jefferson College.
Westmoreland Logistics Park, one of the county’s most versatile intermodal transportation facilities; 14 industrial parks, five colleges and universities, nine county parks and four state parks.