Highland Park

Highland Park is both a large municipal park and a racially diverse, mostly residential neighborhood in the northeastern part of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Highland Park, the neighborhood, fully encompasses the park.

The neighborhood  occupies 748 acres built around the 380-acre park (also called Highland Park), and is bordered by the neighborhoods of East Liberty and Larimer to the south, Morningside to the west, Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar to the east, and the Allegheny River to the north.

The park and the neighborhood are set apart from surrounding areas by Heth's Run, which separates Highland Park from Morningside to the west, and by Negley Run, which separates it from Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar to the east and Larimer to the south.

The only direct land routes to Highland Park are from East Liberty, via Negley Avenue, Highland Avenue, and several other streets. The park extends along the northern and eastern borders of the neighborhood, following the Allegheny River and Negley Run.The landscape of Highland Park invokes the late nineteenth-century era of park construction in the City of Pittsburgh.

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