Deutschtown is a National, State and Local Historic District on the Northside, nestled between Allegheny Commons Park and the North Shore. Only one mile from downtown Pittsburgh, Historic Deutschtown is on the rise as a new urban village – walkable, diverse, friendly and developing.

Here you can find specialty shops, immerse yourself in our Victorian architecture, and spend a day at one of our many cultural institutions. Retailers on our main street and interspersed throughout the neighborhood include German restaurants, a photo museum, a record store and much more. Trails, a world-class hospital, riverfront access, the Children’s Museum and the National Aviary are just a few amenities within walking distance of Deutschtown’s front door.

Historic Deutschtown is a vibrant community steeped in history and looking to the future.

Learn more about our active neighborhood organization, the East Allegheny Community Council.

The East Allegheny Community Council has a long history of actively working for the betterment of our neighborhood through revitalization efforts since 1978.  Visit our Homes page to see our accomplishments, restorations, and other projects.  See before and after photos here.

Find all of your daily business needs right here in this walkable community. From restaurants, bars and grocery stores, a bakery, places of worship, several banks, a post office and more! Take a look at our extensive business listing.

Resident Resources

We’ve compiled local contractors and experts in a variety of home improvement areas. Take a look at our Home Owners Resource List.

Interested in becoming our neighbor and have a few questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us!