Our city’s heart is in its prime. Corralled by rivers Allegheny and Monongahela on two sides of its distinctly triangular layout, Downtown Pittsburgh offers a wealth of history, culture, and vitality. At the tip of the “Golden Triangle” lies the head of the Ohio River, where the 36-acre Point State Park and its namesake fountain mark the confluence of all three currents. An ally to cyclists and pedestrians, Pittsburgh’s Central Business District is traveled often by bike or foot. Still, make no mistake about its public transportation — this vast network of buses, inclines, and subways has never failed us. As luxury apartments, condominiums, and lofts continue to dominate the neighborhood’s residential landscape, Downtown’s commercial real estate development remains equally ambitious. Adjacent to towering corporations like U.S. Steel, BNY Mellon, and PNC Bank, cobblestone-paved Market Square is a community-fueled space by day and a cosmopolitan dining and nightlife hub by dark.