A Brief History of the South Shore
The South Shore is a neighborhood located on the South Side of Pittsburgh. The South Shore includes the area surrounding Carson St. which goes from the West End Bridge up to the Liberty Bridge. The South Shore is home to Station Square, which is a mixed-use development from the former Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad. Station Square is currently home to a Crazy Mocha, Melting Pot, Buca di Beppo, Joe’s Crab Shack and the Duquesne Incline. The retail and restaurant mecca was developed by Arthur P. Ziegler, Jr. Ziegler is one of the founding leaders of historic preservation in the U.S. He serves as president of the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation. Ziegler has used historic preservation to create new development in the ‘burgh, as well as affordable housing and new businesses to come to our great industrial city.
Fast Facts about the South Shore
The population of the South Shore was only 19, according ton the 2010 census. Nearby schools include CAPA, Brahear High School, the Barack Obama Academy of International Studies and many more. One of Pittsburgh’s hidden gems, the Highmark Stadium for Pittsburgh’s Riverhounds soccer team. With a capacity of 4,000, it’s definitely nothing to scoff at. The website Four Four Two even named it one of seven hidden-gem soccer stadiums in the U.S.