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808 Beatty

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Terry Boyd

on 24 March 2013

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World’s Most Affordable Cities – 177(Mercer, 2011)
America’s 50 Best Bike Cities (Bicycling.com, 2011)
Top 100 List of Best Places to Live in the World – 46th (CNNMoney.com, 2011)
6th Most Recession-Resistant City for Real Estate (Zillow.com, 2011)
11th Highest Vitality Index Ranking (CreativeCities.org, 2011)
Most LEED Certified Projects in the Country - 15th (Green Building Alliance, 2011)
4th Best City for Working Mothers (ForbesWoman, 2011)
9th Best City in U.S. to Find a Job (Monster.com, 2011)
One of Ten Places to Retire in 2012 (U.S. News and World Report, 2011)
10th Best City for Growth in Tech Jobs (BusinessWeek.com, 2011)
10th Strongest Retail Market (Nation’s Restaurant News, 2010)
10th Best U.S. Market for Created Jobs (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2010)
4th Best City for Working Mothers (Forbes.com, 2010)
2nd Best City for Recent Graduates (Huffington Post, 2010)
Nation’s Most Affordable City to Buy a Home (Forbes.com, 2010)
2nd Most Affordable U.S. City (Forbes.com, 2010)
America’s 7th Best Place to Raise a Family (Forbes.com, 2010)
Nation’s Most Charity-Conscious City in America (Charity Navigator, 2010)
Nation’s Best City to Relocate to in America (CNBC, 2010)
Nation’s Best U.S. Sports Cities (Sporting News Magazine, 2009)
Nation’s Best U.S. Commercial Real Estate Market (Moody’s, 2009)
3rd Best U.S. City (Kiplingers, 2009)
10th Best Walking City (Prevention Magazine, 2009)
3rd Best City for Job Growth (Forbes, 2009)
Top Economic Performance (Brookings Instituion, 2009)
9th Best North American City of the Future (fDi Magazine, 2009)
6th Best City for Job Growth (Forbes, 2009)
13th Best City for Young Professionals (Forbes, 2008) Michael Sciarretti PITTSBURGH HIGHLAND PARK The Da Vinci Effect "unique combination of arts & technology, making an impact in the areas most important to our changing world." turning this... ...into this. Andrew Matvey Darien D'Alfonso Ben Grubb Travis Rohrbaugh Top City for Geeks (Wired Magazine) Pittsburgh Arts Statistic Building Science & Collaborative Design City Dwellings Restoration Company, LLC Collaborative Process - Super Insulated Walls, Roofline and BasementFloor
- Triple Pane Windows and 4 Point Locking Doors
- Double Entry with Vestibule
- 4 stories of Zoned – Radiant Heated Floors
- Geothermal Ground Loop for Air Conditioned
-1st Floor Living Space
- Exhaust & Venting
- Ceiling Fans- Energy Star
- Gravity – Hi Velocity Air- UniCo System on 3rd floor
- Low Flow Fixtures
- Low Chemical Foot Print on all Finishes
- Passive Solar Trellis
- Owner’s Instruction Manual - 2100 square feet
- 4 bedrooms
Master 16x13
- 3 full baths
- 2 half baths
- Master Dressing Closet
- Master Laundry
- 2 car detached garage
*possible studio above garage approx. 550sf
- 2 electric fire places
- Permaculture Landscape
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