is a neighborhood
in the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
, United States. It has zip codes of both 15232 and 15206, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 8 (East Central Neighborhoods). The nomenclature Shadyside is drawn from the 19th century Pennsylvania Railroad station in the area, named for its shady lanes.
Shadyside is home to many upscale stores and boutiques in Pittsburgh including Moda
, and White House Black Market
. In Shadyside, businesses (retail & restaurants) are located along three corridors: Walnut Street, Ellsworth Avenue and S. Highland Avenue. Given the compact nature of this historic residential neighborhood, the three business corridors are all within walking distance of one another.
Shadyside is also home to international ticketing company ShowClix
. Another neighborhood institution is Shadyside Hospital, a member of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
. Additionally, Chatham University
is located just across the northern edge of the neighborhood in Squirrel Hill
, along with Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
which is also a part of Mellon Park
(a portion of Mellon Park is located in Shadyside as well as the Point Breeze
neighborhood of Pittsburgh).
On Walnut Street
, there are more stores that belong to national chains, including Gap
(along with BabyGap, GapKids and GapBody), Apple
, American Apparel
, Victoria's Secret