Apartments in Pittsburgh, PA (3,835 Rentals)

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Hyland Hills Apartments

Hyland Hills Apartments

275 Oakville Dr Pittsburgh, PA 15220

Studio to 3 bedrooms $695 to $1,215

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Carriage Park Apartments

Carriage Park Apartments

300 Chatham Park Dr Pittsburgh, PA 15220

Studio to 3 bedrooms $745 to $1,790

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Crane Village Apartments

Crane Village Apartments

651 Oaklynn Ct Pittsburgh, PA 15220

Studio to 3 bedrooms $750 to $1,510

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Chestnut Ridge Apartments

Chestnut Ridge Apartments

3200 Chestnut Ridge Dr Pittsburgh, PA 15205

1 to 2 bedrooms $835 to $1,185

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Emerald Gardens Apartments

Emerald Gardens Apartments

2400 Village Rd Pittsburgh, PA 15205

1 to 3 bedrooms $895 to $1,155

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Oak Hill Apartments

Oak Hill Apartments

475 Garner Ct Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Studio to 3 bedrooms $995 to $2,295

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Arsenal 201 Apartments

Arsenal 201 Apartments

3922 Foster St Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,030 to $3,130

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City Vista Apartments

City Vista Apartments

325 Elizabeth Dr Pittsburgh, PA 15220

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,109 to $3,317

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Royal York Apartments

Royal York Apartments

3955 Bigelow Blvd Pittsburgh, PA 15213

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,200 to $1,705

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The Foundry at 41st Apartments

The Foundry at 41st Apartments

4107 Willow St Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,240 to $3,635

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The Clark Building Apartments

The Clark Building Apartments

717 Liberty Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,275 to $2,000

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1627 on the Strip Apartments

1627 on the Strip Apartments

1627 Penn Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,310 to $2,265

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Edge 1909 Apartments

Edge 1909 Apartments

1909 Waterfront Pl Pittsburgh, PA 15222

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,395 to $3,530

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The Ridge at Robinson Apartments

The Ridge at Robinson Apartments

1501 Meredith Dr Pittsburgh, PA 15205

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,404 to $2,292

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Bakery Living Apartments

Bakery Living Apartments

6350 Penn Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,432 to $4,222

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Heinz Lofts Apartments

Heinz Lofts Apartments

300 Heinz St Pittsburgh, PA 15212

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,435 to $5,450

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Ollie at Baumhaus Apartments

Ollie at Baumhaus Apartments

5522 Baum Blvd Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,500 to $4,438

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The Cork Factory Lofts Apartments

The Cork Factory Lofts Apartments

2349 Railroad St Pittsburgh, PA 15222

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,645 to $6,366

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The Alden Apartments

The Alden Apartments

5492 Youngridge Dr Pittsburgh, PA 15236

Studio to 3 bedrooms $610 to $1,535

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Century Building Apartments

Century Building Apartments

130 7th St Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Studio to 2 bedrooms $615 to $1,750

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Perrytown Place Apartments

Perrytown Place Apartments

101 Highland Pines Dr Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Studio to 1 bedroom $752 to $875

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Park View Apartments

Park View Apartments

10 Allegheny Ctr Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Studio to 2 bedrooms $775 to $3,255

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City View Apartments

City View Apartments

1420 Centre Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,013 to $2,580

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Park West 205 Apartments

Park West 205 Apartments

1000 Park West Place Pittsburgh, PA 15205

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,100 to $2,100

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Kenmawr Apartments

Kenmawr Apartments

401 Shady Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15206

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,195 to $2,650

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Apartments for rent in Pittsburgh, PA

How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Pittsburgh?

Bedrooms Average Rent Cheapest Rent Highest Rent
Studio Apartments $1,317 $432 $36,750
1 Bedroom Apartments $1,328 $322 $3,277
2 Bedroom Apartments $1,616 $406 $4,754
3 Bedroom Apartments $1,773 $200 $5,995

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Your Guide to Apartments in Pittsburgh

Bursting at the seams with exciting landmark destinations and a plethora of activities, living the life in one of the many fantastic Pittsburgh apartments has been steadily rising in popularity among Pennsylvania residents with good reason.


If you are in the market for a new place to call home in the "Steel City", it's our goal to be your go-to source for Pittsburgh apartment listings by providing you with high resolution photo tours, floor plan images, amenity lists, updated rents and community details that you need to make an informed decision. Whether you are wanting to find the best 2 bedroom apartment available in Uptown or need a studio perfect for the student lifestyle near Carnegie Mellon, ApartmentHomeLiving.com will help you find your perfect new home within just a few clicks.


Once you have moved into your new apartment in Pittsburgh, there is plenty around the city to see and do. Sports fans can cheer on the Steelers, Penguins or Pirates, while lovers of having a few pints and enjoying the nightlife can run a muck with many options of great places all over the city. You'll never be short of excitement in Pittsburgh.


So don't let the good life pass you by! Find your next place among the many available Pittsburgh apartments for rent available at ApartmentHomeLiving.com today!

Pittsburgh Overview

"Pittsburgh aka ""The Steel City"" is the second largest city in Pennsylvania and among the top 20 metro areas by population in the United States. As of 2016, it has been over 200 years since the city was incorporated. The city is rich with history and offers locals a variety of enjoyment all year long, which makes finding your new home among the many available Pittsburgh apartments for rent - a must! "

Pittsburgh History

While Pittsburgh’s first mayor, Ebenezer Denny, took his oath of office on July 9, 1816, the site that would become Pittsburgh was chosen by a then 21-year-old Major George Washington on Nov. 22, 1753. Pittsburgh was named in 1758 by General John Forbes, in honor of statesmen William Pitt, who was then the leader of the British government. Following the Revolutionary War, Pittsburgh quickly grew and became a base for settlers heading west from the headwaters of the Ohio River. Andrew Carnegie, the industrialist who created behemoth U.S. Steel, helped turn Pittsburgh into one of the greatest industrial cities in the world. During World War II, Pittsburgh’s steel mills worked 24 hours a day to produce 95 million tons of steel that helped propel America to victory.

Pittsburgh Weather

Pittsburgh residents experience all four seasons with winters that can be on the cold side and keep a snow shovel handy with an average of nearly 30 inches of snow a year. Things warm up a bit in the spring but expect at least three inches of rain a month. In the summer there is plenty of sunshine and it can get humid. Many natives favor the fall season with warm days, cool nights and beautiful colors to see around the countryside.

Pittsburgh Media

Pittsburgh is the rare city with two daily newspapers with both the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh Tribune-Review still publishing. KDKA-TV 2 (CBS) is constantly the tops in evening news coverage while WTAE 4 (ABC) has a ratings winner in the mornings. Other local news coverage includes WPXI 11 (NBC) and WPGH-TV (Fox). The world’s first commercially licensed radio station, KDKA 1020 AM, began broadcasting from Pittsburgh on November 2, 1920 and the news/talk station is still top five in the market. Other top stations include WPGB 104.7 FM (news/talk), WWSW 94.5 FM (oldies), WKST 96.1 FM (top 40), and WDVE 102.5 FM (mainstream rock).

Pittsburgh Landmarks

" A must-visit in Pittsburgh is Phipps Conservatory. Visitors will find something new each season inside the 13-room Victorian glasshouse. Carnegie played such a big role in Pittsburgh’s history and the name is on two local must-see museums: the Carnegie Museum of Art and Carnegie Science Center.Those with more eclectic tastes should visit the Andy Warhol Museum on Sandusky Street which celebrates Pittsburgh’s most famous artist."

Things to do in Pittsburgh

Locals love their sports and they have two beautiful stadiums that have become Pittsburgh landmarks – PNC Park where the Pirates play MLB baseball and Heinz Field where the Steelers play NFL football.Pittsburgh residents never tire of the beautiful views of their city from Mount Washington. The area can be reached by incline and features bars and restaurants.

Pittsburgh Festivals

There are a number of festivals for residents of Pittsburgh apartments to get out and enjoy. Early June each year marks the return of the popular Three Rivers Arts Festival which runs for 17 days with art, music, food and other fun.

Pittsburgh Vacation spots

There is so much to do in Pittsburgh that you really don’t have to leave the city but those that get away often head for Seven Springs Mountain Resort in the summer or winter. Just a one-hour drive from downtown, the resort offers zip-lining, downhill bike park and skiing and snowboarding on 33 slopes and trails. A slightly longer drive will take architectural buffs to Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s National Historic Landmark masterpiece.

Getting Around Pittsburgh

When you build a city on three rivers, you are going to need bridges and Pittsburgh has a whopping 446 bridges, three more even than Venice, Italy. Also a city of hills, Pittsburgh uniquely has two operating inclines or funicular railways, which use cables to pull cars up steep inclines. While there are walkable neighborhoods, you probably will want to have a car when you live in Pittsburgh. The Port Authority of Allegheny County, known simply as PAT, runs a system of buses and light rail. If you are headed out of town without your car you can use Penn Station for Amtrak service and Pittsburgh International Airport serves all the major airlines.

Commuting in Pittsburgh

When it comes to commuting in Pittsburgh you have to know your three “parkways”. Parkway East is I-376, which is the main highway that connects to the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76). Watch out for the Squirrel Hill interchange, often the scene of traffic congestion. Parkway West is that part of I-376 that leads from downtown to the airport. Parkway North is I-279 which runs north to I-79. If you are headed for events in town, then I-579 or the Crosstown Expressway is often used.

Why Here

Pittsburgh has been voted multiple times by publications such as The Economist, Forbes and Places Rated Almanac as the “Most Livable City” in the United States. The combination of affordable rent for apartments in Pittsburgh and good jobs paired with a vibrant nightlife and plenty of cultural events make it a trendy city to live in, especially for young people.

Where to move in Pittsburgh

" Once you are sold on living in Pittsburgh the neighborhood choices are as varied as they are exciting. If you like a walkable location then the riverfront area of Lawrenceville, located northeast of downtown, is a great option. The area has a happening arts, music and singles scene. Many Pittsburgh residents enjoy the spectacular skyline views year-round as they call the Mount Washington neighborhood home. Chatham Village, on the south end of Mount Washington, is an example of the early 20th Century Garden City Movement. Millennials may prefer the East End neighborhood of Shadyside where Victorian mansions rub elbows with modern apartments. University students have made this area popular since the 1920s. Bar-hopping and great restaurants are right out your front door in the South Side neighborhood situated along the Monongahela River. The area is known for its funky vibe and people-watching. With a lower cost-of-living but easy access to downtown, Squirrel Hill is a population spot to live for both younger and older residents as well as families. The diverse area is home to more than 1,000 acres of parks. There are many more neighborhoods to live in including Bloomfield, Downtown, East Liberty, Monroeville, North Shore & North Side, Oakland, Sewickley and the Strip District. No matter which of the 90 Pittsburgh neighborhoods you choose, you are sure to enjoy life in one of America’s “most livable cities”. "