Monday, August 06, 2012

Trib: At 100, Mt. Lebanon remains a well-designed community

Mt. Lebanon has long had a reputation as one of Pittsburgh’s finest suburbs.

And, as it celebrates its 100th birthday this year, you will still find along its tree-lined streets and roads some of the finest homes in the region.

It has always boasted — and still does — one of the best school systems in the state. Moreover, the town maintains walkable neighborhoods, vibrant commercial centers (with two major construction projects under way on the main street) and a surprisingly strong sense of community spirit.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

John Conti is a highly accomplished expert and writer on architecture and architectural history. His works on Mt. Lebanon are superb.

Bill Lewis

August 07, 2012 4:31 PM  

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