Highland Park, settled by Alexander Negley in 1778, is a family neighborhood of tree-lined streets, sprawling 500-acre Highland Park, and the Pittsburgh Zoo.
Highland Park sits on the corner of the city of Pittsburgh, northeast of Downtown, and is surrounded by the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of East Liberty, Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar, Larimer and Morningside.
Attractions & Recreation:
The Highland Park neighborhood is best known as the home of the Pittsburgh Zoo. It also features beautiful 500-acre Highland Park, with tennis courts, a public swimming pool, picnic areas, wooded trails and a community designed and built Super Playground.
Homes & Housing:
Tree-lined streets full of Victorian, Tudor and Colonial homes -- from modest to grand -- characterize the family-oriented neighborhood of Highland Park.
Highland Park is represented by Pittsburgh City Council District 7.