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1700 Patrick Pl, South Park, PA 15129
$623 - $1,209 | 1 - 3 Beds

(412) 532-4694

600 Royal Dr, South Park, PA 15129
$710 - $1,225 | 1 - 3 Beds

(724) 918-4506

7000 Squires Manor Ln, South Park, PA 15129
$710 - $1,155 | 1 - 2 Beds

(724) 281-3798

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South Park, PA Apartments for Rent

South Park Township, located approximately twelve miles south of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a growing community with South Park apartments for rent. The main reason for South Park’s growth is the Township’s commitment to serving the community.

The park-like setting of South Park has attracted many residents to this area. The majority of the Township is composed of residential housing, including South Park apartments for rent.

Allegheny County “South Park” – a 3,000-acre recreational area that is known locally for its natural beauty and a wide range of recreational activities – offers ice skating rinks, tennis courts, a golf course, picnic areas, playgrounds, ballfields, sled riding areas, summer concerts, horseback riding, walking/biking trails, a swimming pool and a large dog park.

Apartments for rent in South Park are a short distance from Pittsburgh – a city that ranks high in livability surveys. In 2007, Forbes magazine named it the “10th Cleanest City,” and in 2008 listed it as the “13th Best City for Young Professionals” to live. In 2009, Pittsburgh was named “Most Livable City in the United States” and “29th Most Livable City Worldwide by The Economist.

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