Troy Hill Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
The Northside neighborhood of Troy Hill is proud of its early German settlers whose European village style still influences the community’s architecture. Overlooking the Allegheny River, Troy Hill is one of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s oldest established neighborhoods. Troy Hill provides for families with schools, daycares, churches, stores, cafés and bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and banks.
Troy Hill is home to Saint Anthony’s Chapel, built in 1880. The church protects a treasure of 4,000 to 5,000 religious relics, the largest collection outside of the Vatican. Troy Hill Firehouse, Engine Company 39, is the oldest firehouse in the city of Pittsburgh. This historic site is located in Troy Hill, along with the Western Pennsylvania Firefighters Memorial.
Community recreational opportunities are available in Cowley and Gardner fields, which offers baseball and football fields, as well as basketball courts. The Huck Fenrich Memorial Park offers neighborhood children a sturdy playground. Beautiful flowers are planted in Troy Hill Citizen’s Park each year for residents to enjoy.
Other recreational opportunities include Benton Field. Benton offers recreational programs for baseball, softball soccer and futsal, a type of association football that is played in a smaller playing area. Riverview Park covers 251 acres and offers a public pool, playground, equestrian bridle path, archery range ball fields, and an off-leash dog area. The park is also the home of The Allegheny Observatory, which hosts community events, summer concerts, and the Observatory Skywatch Evenings.
Shopping, cultural, and, recreational opportunities are also available in nearby neighborhoods. The Allegheny walking trail is also a short walking distance nearby.