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Overview of Monroeville
Monroeville apartments for rent are located in what many consider to be the "Crossroads of Western Pennsylvania." Monroeville was the first stagecoach stop for eastbound travelers once the Pennsylvania Turnpike was completed, but it wasn't until the 1900s that Monroeville became a suburban community. The municipality of Monroeville is situated in the the eastern half of Allegheny County. Today, more than 29,000 residents call Monroeville home.
Living in Monroeville
Monroeville apartments for rent offer residents the opportunity to immerse themselves in a small town community with the resources of a major city. Monroeville is situated at the major intersection of Interstate 376, Interstate 76 (Pennsylvania Turnpike) and U.S. Route 22, which is why the municipality is recognized as the "Crossroads of Western Pennsylvania."
Historical points of interest near Monroeville apartments include the McGinley House & McCully Log House, one of the oldest buildings still in existence in Monroeville. The log cabin was built in the early 1800s by some of Monroeville's earliest settlers. The McCully Log House serves as a perfect example of what an early American house looked like. The Old Stone Church has been preserved from its original state when it was built in 1834. Both the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation have deemed the church with Landmark status.
Monroeville Apartments and the Cost of Living
Monroeville apartments for rent are available to low- to moderate-income families and individuals, seniors and disabled residents through the Allegheny County Housing Authority. Allegheny County partners with several local and state programs to offer supportive services to help foster a safe, sustainable lifestyle for residents living in Monroeville and the greater state of Pennsylvania.
AreaVibes reports that residents of apartments for rent in Monroeville have an estimated 14.5 percent greater cost of living rate than the state of Pennsylvania and a 16.4 percent greater than the national average. Members of the Monroeville community pays an average of $3.69 for a gallon of gas, $4.99 for a cup of coffee and $8.00 for pizza, added the source.
Apartments in Monroeville Work and Study
Students living in apartments in Monroeville can work and live close to home as they pursue a higher education degree at the Community College of Allegheny County, Monroeville. Post secondary students also have the option to commute outside of the municipality to further their studies. Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh, Duquesne University, the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and Point Park University are all within a fifteen mile radius of Monroeville.
The Municipality is known for its large presence as a commercial district. Top employers located throughout the greater Allegheny County include UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside, the University of Pittsburgh, Giant Eagle, Inc. and PNC Bank.
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