Spring Hill, located in Pittsburgh’s North Side, was named for the natural springs located in the neigborhood. The mid 19th century saw a large influx of German immigrants to the area, lasting until the 1920’s. This gave the neighborhood a “Bavarian” atmosphere, with street names such as Rhine, Haslage, Zoller and Woessner.
Spring Hill is conveniently located near I-579 and I-279, as well as Route 28, and is five minutes from downtown Pittsburgh. Its location gives the community easy accessibility to retail and recreation in both downtown Pittsburgh and the surrounding area.