Our Locations in Greensburg
Greensburg has been ranked one of the most desirable places to live in Westmoreland county. Excellent schools, parks, and recreation are all close at hand. A thriving downtown with many walking shopping areas and services. Home to the County Courthouse, Greensburg Hospital, Seton Hill University and much more.
George Street Apartments
Centrally located a 5 minute walk from downtown Greensburg. Enjoy shopping, nightlife, culture and the rest Greensburg has to offer. Remodeled units with a large, clean laundry room. Greensgurg-Salem school district, as well as close to Central Catholic and others.
- 2 Bedroom Apartments 700sq.ft $675 -$750+
- 1 Bedroom Apartments 575sq.ft $625-$725+
- Effeciency Apartments 400sq.ft $475 -$525+
Hancock Avenue Apartments
Walking distance to Westmoreland Hospital, downtown Greensburg and more. 5 Minute drive to Rt. 70, Rt. 30. and the Turnpike. Enjoy a ornate back garden, as well as ample parking and remodeled units. Greensburg-Salem school district, as well as close to Central Catholic and others.
- 2 Bedroom Apartments 670sq.ft $600 -$675+
- 1 Bedroom Apartments 540sq.ft $500-$550+
- 3 Bedroom Apartments 790sq.ft $650 -$700+
Centre Arms Apartments
5 minute walk from downtown Greensburg. Located in the quaint "Academy Hill" district. Many parks and recreation nearby. Remodeld units with a large, clean laundry room. Greensburg-Salem school district, as well as close to Central Catholic and others.
- 1 Bedroom Apartments 575sq.ft $575-$620+
Laurel Village Apartments
Pastoral scenery and a park like setting will make you forget that you're only walking distance to downtown Greensburg. Quiet complex with small stream. Off of the main road, yet so close to Rt 30, Courthouse, Excella Health and much more. Price of rent includes heat.
- 2 Bedroom Apartments 800sq.ft $760-$800+
A little more about Greensburg...
- Excella Health
- Allegheny Energy
- Tribune Review
- Seton Hill University
- Westmoreland County Courthouse
Arts and Culture
The major cultural center of Westmoreland County, Greensburg is home to Westmoreland Museum of American Art, which specializes in American Art circa 1750–1950. The Palace Theatre, in the heart of downtown, is the site for various performances throughout the year. The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra, and the Summer Sounds Concert Series at the Robertshaw Amphitheater in St. Clair Park are also major draws.The Westmoreland Cultural Trust is responsible for renovating several commercial buildings in the downtown area, including The Palace Theatre and the 1910 Train Station. The Performance Arts Center of Seton Hill University opened its doors to the public in September 2009. The multi-million dollar complex is expected to serve as an additional catalyst for the future growth of the downtown arts scene.
Schools - private and public
The Greensburg area contains two public school districts. The larger of the two is the Hempfield Area School District. With approximately 7,000 enrolled students it is one of the largest in Western Pennsylvania. The second school district servicing Greensburg is the Greensburg Salem School District. Private schools include Greensburg Central Catholic High School and Aquinas Academy, both private Catholic schools.
Major universities include the burgeoning Seton Hill, the popular branch - University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, as well as Triangle Tech and many other trade schools.
Transportation and Travel
The east-west U.S. Route 30 bypasses Greensburg to the south, as does the north-south Pennsylvania Turnpike 66 to the west. The Pennsylvania Turnpike's New Stanton exit is about five miles south of Greensburg on U.S. Route 119 where Interstate 70 splits from Interstate 76. PA Routes 66 and 136 begin in Greensburg. PA Routes 130, 819 and U.S. Route 119 pass through Greensburg itself.
Westmoreland Mall is the largest shopping complex in the Greensburg area and all of Westmoreland County. Greengate Centre, a new shopping center, anchored by a Walmart, has recently been built. Numerous shopping plazas and dining establishments also line the Route 30 corridor east and west of the city. With over 5,000,000 square feet of retail space and growing, Greensburg is the commercial center of Western Pennsylvania (Other than areas in Allegeheny County.)
In 2007, Greensburg was ranked as one of the "Best Places to Retire" in Pennsylvania by U.S. News & World Report.