Students rave about Carlow’s beautiful campus—in the middle of the coolest part of the city: Oakland. Our Oakland neighborhood is filled with a diverse mix of grand architecture and renowned museums; quaint coffee shops and international cuisine; theaters, parks, and countless eclectic treasures.
You never know what you might find.
Have you seen these treasures? Select a thumbnail below to view a larger image.
Oakland mural by Pittsburgh artist Kyle Holbrook. Corner of Atwood and Sennott Streets.
Doors of Oakland celebrates art on the doorways of area businesses. This mosaic by artist Alix Paul graces the door of Tong’s Cuisine, Semple Street just below Forbes Avenue.
The Spirit of American Youth, a sculpture by Daniel Chester French, Schenley Park.
Locks of love—a trend born in Paris—now adorn the Schenley Park Bridge.
Conflict Kitchen serves up ethnic dishes from countries with a politically rocky U.S. relationship.
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Garden has welcomed visitors since 1893.
Photography by David Holzemer