Along with the sunshine and warm weather, summertime brings exciting new developments throughout the City of Pittsburgh. Get the latest on the hot new places to live, summer entertainment, and updates on Pittsburgh’s Third Renaissance from Mayor Luke Ravenstahl.

River Vue is the ultimate in Downtown Pittsburgh living. Originally home to the State Offices, Millcraft took this 16-story 1960’s building and transformed it into the pinnacle of luxury. The premier apartments are located at the entrance to the Golden Triangle, with Point State Park providing a picture perfect front yard! Unbeatable views of the city and outstanding amenities make the River Vue apartment complex the heart of stylish city living.

The 218 units consist of traditional apartments, including studio, one bedroom and two bedroom units, with one three bedroom unit. Many apartments offer a tremendous view of Point State Park and the three rivers. River Vue’s upper floors contain unique two-story townhouses and a select group of fabulous walk-up flats. Residents of the complex will enjoy a fitness center, game room, operable windows, a lobby restaurant, guest parking, tenant loading areas, and integral 24/7 valet parking. Talk about perks! River Vue,

Pizza Party

Located in the lobby of River Vue, Stone Neapolitan Pizzeria offers traditional Neapolitan style pizza — Italian imported wood-burning oven and all! The eatery is making dough fresh daily, along with fresh mozzarella, Italian deli sandwiches, and salads made to order. Wash down these Italian classics with a glass of wine on draught, a wide selection of bottled beers, and authentic Italian sodas. The causal and artistic dining room is also environmentally friendly! Outfitted with LED lighting, recycled chairs, and reclaimed wood ceilings and tables, this is not your typical pizzeria atmosphere. Enjoy a primo pizza and a great view — indoor and outdoor dining options are available, and each has a great view of Point State Park. Stone Neapolitan Pizzeria,

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