Spring Hill–City View (Pittsburgh)
Spring Hill–City View
|Neighborhood of Pittsburgh|
Spring Hill (background, with radio mast), as seen from Frank Curto Park. The Cork Factory lofts in the Strip District and Troy Hill are located in the foreground.
|• Total||0.63 sq mi (1.6 km2)|
|• Density||4,200/sq mi (1,600/km2)|
'Spring Hill is a residential neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Side. According to a 1977 Neighborhood Atlas, "Spring Hill received its name from the many springs in the area. Germans immigrated there from 1850 to 1920, giving the neighborhood a Bavarian atmosphere. Local street names include Rhine, Woessner, Haslage, Zoller and Goehring. In 1959 ACTION-Housing opened Spring Hill Gardens, a moderate rent, racially integrated, 209-unit apartment project at Buente and Rhine Streets. Spring Hill Gardens was Pittsburgh's first multi-family housing project backed by the Federal Housing Authority." 
Neighborhood residents have been active for decades through the Spring Hill Civic League, which was first organized to oppose the public housing project in nearby Northview Heights and has remained active ever since. This activism has helped the neighborhood to become one of the safest in all of Pittsburgh.
- "PGHSNAP 2010 Raw Census Data by Neighborhood". Pittsburgh Department of City Planning PGHSNAP Utility. 2012. Retrieved 28 June 2013.
- "Spring Hill". Pittsburgh Neighborhood Atlas.
- "Spring Hill". Neighborhood Profiles. City of Pittsburgh Urban Planning Department.
- "Spring Hill". City of Pittsburgh Neighborhood Profiles – Census 2010 Summary File. University (of Pittsburgh) Center for Urban and Social Research.
- "History". Spring Hill Civic League.
- "Spring Hill". City of Pittsburgh.
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