Business Growth: It's Happening Right Here

Lawrenceville’s affordable real estate, architectural diversity, and central urban location have made it the best place in Pittsburgh to hatch and grow your business.

What makes Lawrenceville a prime spot for business success?

Our infrastructure. Lawrenceville is an original mixed-use community. Our old-style “Main Street” business districts offer affordable space for today’s retail and service businesses, and yesterday’s steel mill sites are primed for large-scale commercial, flex-space, or advanced manufacturing ventures.

Our growth. Lawrenceville is home to a growing residential market with rising spending power—just the right fuel for building your retail business. In addition, our nationally recognized arts and design sector and the arrival of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh have positioned Lawrenceville as a savvy investment opportunity.

Our people. Lawrenceville’s entrepreneurs form a community of visionary and independent business owners who wholeheartedly support collective success. We operate with a simple philosophy: when you invest in our community, our community invests in you.

Learn more:

10 Steps To Starting a Business in Lawrenceville

Retail and Service Business Opportunities

Alissa Martin, owner of Pavement, says: "We located our business in Lawrenceville because the community was doing something a little different, and we wanted to be a part of that."  Pavement just celebrated their 7 year anniversary in Lawrenceville!

Business Corridors:
Butler Street (33rd to 62nd Street)
Liberty Avenue (34th to 40th Street)
Penn Avenue/Children’s Hospital (34th to 45th Street)

Less than 3 miles from Downtown Pittsburgh/Cultural District and Oakland’s university district; Less than 1 mile from the Strip District

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Driving directions
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