Riverlife is working with you to make Pittsburgh’s waterfronts great public destinations that we can all enjoy. We’re a nonprofit organization that collaborates with property owners, local government, and community groups to create new parks, trails, real estate development, and riverfront art and events. Our main focus is Pittsburgh, but we also work with waterfront towns and cities throughout the region.
Our riverfronts are the front door to our city.
Riverlife is here to help. What would you like to do on the rivers?
What’s Happening on Pittsburgh’s Riverfronts
Riverlife’s ongoing roundup of current riverfront real estate and open space development news STRIP DISTRICT Laurel Communities purchased four parcels of property near the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh’s Strip District…
Millcraft Investments has announced new details of its proposed Esplanade mixed-use development along the Ohio River in Pittsburgh’s Chateau neighborhood. The updated plans call for a 12-foot-deep lagoon–the first of…
Due to the weather forecast calling for sustained thunderstorms and possible hail throughout Thursday and Friday, Party at the Pier has been moved inside Rivers Casino for the comfort and safety of…
Riverfronts for Everyone: Video Gallery
Video: These five ingredients make Pittsburgh’s riverfronts amazing
Riverlife works to make Pittsburgh’s riverfronts cleaner, safer and more fun for everyone. In less than two minutes, you’ll find out the five ingredients it takes to make Pittsburgh’s riverfronts amazing (and enjoy some beautiful shots of our city’s waterways as well!)
Video: Introducing the vision for Strip District Riverfront Park
Now is a key moment to work with Strip District land owners to establish public waterfront access along the Allegheny Riverfront from 11th Street to the 31st Street Bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
South Shore Riverfront Park, a 3.4 acre park on the southern bank of the Monongahela River in Pittsburgh’s vibrant South Side neighborhood, opened to the public in 2012. The park serves as an important connection for the Great Allegheny Passage and Three Rivers Heritage Trail. Situated on the former site of the J&L Steel mill, the park not only offers a beautiful setting for recreation and relaxation, but also pays tribute to Pittsburgh’s steel manufacturing history.