Affordable housing is vital to the health of our community. As our neighborhood continues to grow and evolve, we are working to ensure affordable housing options grow with it. Here are resources and information on affordable housing in East Liberty, so you can see what’s already here as well as what’s coming down the pipeline.

Overview of Affordable Rental Housing

Attached as a PDF below is an overview of East Liberty’s affordable rental housing landscape. Discover affordable housing definitions, current affordable rental housing sites, and future sites in development.

Affordable Housing in East Liberty (PDF)

Affordable For-Sale Enright Court Homes

Attached as a PDF below is a document with information on the homes available in East Liberty’s Enright Court. For more information, please contact Mary Hester at mary.hester@eastliberty.org.

Partners

At East Liberty Development, Inc., we work with a number of partner organizations to create and maintain affordable homeownership opportunities for individuals and families in our neighborhood. These are some of our partners:

  • Circles Greater Pittsburgh is our nonprofit partner for pre and post-purchase homeownership education. Their comprehensive program works to lift individuals and families out of generational poverty.
  • LifeVenture Real Estate Solutions assists ELDI with affordable home sales. Working closely with tenants who wish to transition into homeownership as well as providing community engagement and outreach focused on homeownership, they help bridge the gap of affordability by working with city agencies that offer low-moderate income subsidies.
  • Open Hand Ministries (OHM) connects those who need affordable homes with homes in their neighborhood that can be rehabilitated. ELDI and OHM then often partner to renovate those homes for qualified buyers. OHM also partners with the Circles program to provide buyers with financial and homeownership education.
  • Some of our additional partners on affordable housing opportunities include First Commonwealth Bank, Northwest Bank, Dollar Bank, the URA, and the Federal Home Loan Bank.

Resources

For affordable rental housing opportunities, you can contact the following:

For those struggling with homelessness, you can contact the following: