Bracken House

100 Anderson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 • From $109 Per Day
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  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Outdoor Pool

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About this property

Bracken House, formerly Morgan at North Shore, is nestled along the Allegheny River across from Downtown Pittsburgh, PA, and less than 1 mile from Heinz Field and PNC Park. Our community offers residents a suburban feel in a private urban setting with the most affordable parking on the North Shore.


Residents come home to a newly renovated clubhouse with a resident lounge and business center, resort-style heated pool, fitness center with new equipment, brand-new community green space with a fire pit, grilling stations, lounge, and dining area, and so much more! Residents also have direct access to the Three Rivers Heritage Trail. Our Pittsburgh apartments are in a fantastic location and offer everything you need to feel right at home!


Inside our one and two-bedroom apartments, residents will find wood-style plank floors, oversized closets & storage, washer & dryer, kitchen with pantry, and a private patio or balcony. We also have a two-bedroom floor plan with a den, perfect for a home office or extra guest room!


Gated Community
Swimming Pool
Pet Friendly
Washer and Dryer in Apartment
Fitness Center
Billiard room
Walking Trails

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For a while, Pittsburgh looked like another notch in America's rust belt, where the once-running steel mills and blast furnaces had all but been closed. But thanks to recent prosperity and creative thinking, it's gained a reputation as being one of the more livable cities in the country, with a mass of green hills rising straight up from the Monongahela and Allegheny rivers connected by beautiful bridges. It's more cultured city than a city of 300,000 would suggest, with world-class museums and universities, greenery, and neighborhoods bursting a with lively restaurant and bar scenes.


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