Homes

Our proximity to Downtown Pittsburgh, public transportation and public green space are just a few of the reasons Deutschtown is becoming such a popular residential city neighborhood – available properties are changing constantly! If you’re interested in living in our neighborhood, please contact Nick Kyriazi at nkyriazi@comcast.net.

The East Allegheny Community Council has a long history of actively working for the betterment of our neighborhood through revitalization efforts since 1978.  Below is a sample list of accomplishments and current projects that have helped sustain our neighborhood and make it an even better place to live.

House Restorations – See before and after photos here!

  • 1102 Linden Place (2013)
  • 517 and 621 Tripoli Street (2009)
  • 416 Suismon Street; 907 James Street; 414 Tripoli Street (2005)
  • 1300 James Street (2001)
  • 415, 508, 510, 512, and 518 East North Avenue (2001)
  • 420, 422, and 424 Tripoli Street (2001)
  • 1008 Middle Street (2001)
  • 810 Cedar and 811 Moravian Way (2001)
  • 416, 418, and 420 Pressley Street (2001)
  • 606 and 612 Lockhart Street (1998)
  • 410 Foreland Street (1998)
  • 606 Suismon Street (1998)
  • 611 Lockhart Street (1996)
  • 910 Middle Street (1996)
  • 508, 510, 513, 515, 519 and 521 Avery Street (1989)

New housing

  • 1000, 1002, and 1004 Middle Street (2001)
  • 414 and 525 Suismon Street (2001)
  • 612 and 614 Avery Street (1996)
  • 912, 914 and 916 Middle Street (1996)
  • 520, 522, 524, 526 Avery Street (1993)

Commercial restorations

  • The Brewery (1988)
  • The Hollander Building (1986)