320 Fort Duquesne Blvd Pittsburgh, PA 15222


  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath

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Welcome to city living at it’s finest! This downtown community boasts many amenities, including valet parking, swimming pool, billiards room, multiple bike storage rooms, fitness center w/ saunas, and many more. Pets are also a welcome part of the community! Round the clock doorman and security staff promise to give you an unparalleled experience. This open-concept unit is the essence of luxury. From matching stainless appliances, to hardwood floors and solid granite counter tops…no expense has been spared! Enjoy the beautiful view of Point State Park and Mt. Washington from the dining room or grab your bike and hop on the River Trail, either way you’ll be glad you didn’t miss out on this amazing opportunity! A one year home warranty is included.

Presented By: Dave Tumpa Team

We believe in the philosophy of leaving people better then we found them.

We believe that we can make a difference in the lives of each and every person with whom we come in contact.

We believe that communication and trust are the foundation of any and every healthy relationship.

We pride ourselves in not always sharing what our clients ‘want’ to hear, but rather what our clients ‘need’ to hear.

Buying or Selling a home in today’s market can be challenging; we use our skills, talents, tools and resources to make this a smooth and seamless process for our preferred clients.

 - The Dave Tumpa Team




Dave’s Background

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson in Pennsylvania (RS 291967)

Member of the Realtor Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh (RAMP)

Member of the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors(PAR)

Member of the National Association of Realtors(NAR)

Received e-PRO (technology) designation from the National Association of Realtors

Received ABR (Accredited Buyers Representative) designation from National Association of Realtors


Associate’s Degree in Computer Information Management from Computer Tech

Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology from Point Park


Proud father to Elizabeth and Emily

Penn State and Pitt Parent



Property Details

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Sub Type
Downtown Pgh
High Rise
Full Baths
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  • Ceramic Tile
  • Hard Wood

Appliances Included

  • Dishwasher
  • Disposal
  • Electric Cook Top
  • Kitchen Island
  • Microwave Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Window Treatments


  • Central

Room Name Level Size

  • Living Room
  • Main
  • Dining Room
  • Main
  • Kitchen
  • Main
  • Master Bedroom
  • Main
  • Laundry Room
  • Main


Garage Style

  • Fee for Parking

Map & Community

Driving Directions

About Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is a city of about 350,000 located in southwestern Pennsylvania, and is situated where the Monongahala and Allegheny Rivers meet to form the Ohio.   It is made up of a hodge-podge of unique neighborhood "pockets" with diverse ethnic and architectural heritage, and a rich history and unusual array of cultural treasures


Pittsburgh remains a well-kept secret with the unique combination of bridges, steep hills, and broad rivers that makes it one of the most naturally scenic cities in the country.


Neighborhoods around Pittsburgh



Downtown Pittsburgh: Bounded by the Monongahela River and Allegheny River, the “Golden Triangle” or Central Business District is home to Pittsburgh Central Downtown Historic District, Point State Park, the Cultural District, Fifth & Forbes Corridor, Grant Street, and the Firstside Neighborhood. There are numerous skyscrapers which house many businesses, major hotels, parks and plazas, educational facilities, and residential areas.  More about the City of Pittsburgh

Bloomfield: Also known as Little Italy lies only 3 miles from downtown Pittsburgh and provides all of the amenities of a vibrant and diverse community.  More about Bloomfield


Edgewood: This tree-lined residential community is located 7 miles from downtown Pittsburgh and lies next to Regent Square and Frick Park. Edgewood is home to the volunteer Edgewood Symphony Orchestra, Edgewood Towne Center, the C.C. Mellor Memorial Library, and the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf.  More about Edgewood

Frick Park:  Borders Squirrel Hill on the East, offers tennis courts, baseball fields, the Blue Slide Park for the children, extensive trails for the hiking enthusiast, Frick Environmental Center, and a lawn bowling green. Offering an escape from the City, Schenley Park on the West end of Squirrel Hill offers 456 acres of trails and woodlands. There you can find Phipps Conservatory, Flagstaff Hill, the Bob O’Connor Golf Course, and the Schenley Oval Sportsplex for ice skating. It is also host to the Vintage Grand Prix and the Pittsburgh Race for the Cure. Several smaller parks are available for families with children in Squirrel Hill.  More about Frick Park
Friendship Park: One of the residential neighborhoods in the East End, it is known for its Victorian houses and convenience to West Penn Hospital and the new Children’s Hospital. More about Friendship Park

Greenfield: Part of Pittsburgh’s 15th Ward, Greenfield is adjacent to Oakland and Schenley Park to the North, and Squirrel Hill to the East. A short drive, Greenfield is about 4 miles east of the city center. This residential neighborhood has two modest business districts on Murray and Greenfield Avenues plus basketball courts, hockey rinks, soccer fields and a community swimming pool.  Greenfield is home to 7 churches and a synagogue. Three elementary schools are available for families: Greenfield School, Saint Rosalia Academy, and Minadeo Elementary.  More about Greenfield


Highland Park: Fully encompassing Highland Park, this historic district lies in the northeastern part of Pittsburgh. With a small business district on Bryant Street, you can find many restaurants, a bakery, and automobile repair shops. Highland Park is also home to the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium.
 More about Highland Park


Lawrenceville: A large neighborhood on the Allegheny River, is one of the exciting new revitalized areas. With convenient access to downtown Pittsburgh, the area has blossomed with art galleries, boutiques and restaurants.  More about Lawrenceville

Mexican War Streets: Dating from around the time of the Mexican-American War, this historic district lies in the heart of the Central Northside area of Pittsburgh.  It is filled with beautiful Victorian row houses, tree-lined streets, and community gardens.  More about Mexican War Streets

Mt. Washington: Overlooking the Pittsburgh skyline atop a steep hill, Mt. Washington is also known for being the home to the world’s oldest continuous inclines, the Duquesne and Monongahela Inclines. There you will find upscale restaurants and Chatham Village, a world renown planned community.
More about Mt Washington


North Shore and North Side: Located along the Allegheny and Ohio Rivers, the North Shore is home to Heinz Field, PNC Park, several museums, and many attractions. More about the North Shore 


Oakland: As Pennsylvania’s third largest “Downtown”, Oakland is considered the academic and healthcare center of Pittsburgh. As a cultural center, you will find an abundance of museums and galleries, restaurants, churches, hospitals, theatres and music halls, libraries, parks, gardens, sculptures and memorials. It is home to many universities, including Carlow University, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Pittsburgh with its historic landmark, The Cathedral of Learning which in addition to classrooms and administration features 30 Nationality Rooms.  More about Oakland


Point Breeze: Located near Squirrel Hill, Shadyside, and Regent Square, Point Breeze is about 7 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This mostly residential neighborhood is home to the Frick Art & Historical Center, the Henry Clay Frick Mansion, the Frick Museum, and Frick Park. Point Breeze is part of the Pittsburgh Public School Distrct.  More about Point Breeze


Regent Square: Located in the East End of Pittsburgh, this tree-lined neighborhood sits on either side of Braddock Avenue between I-376 and Forbes Avenue. Regent Square is home to many restaurants, unique shops, and great places to get beer. Frick Park is nearby as well. More about Regent Square


Shadyside: Located in the East End of Pittsburgh, Shadyside is near Oakland, Squirrel Hill, Bloomfield, and East Liberty. Shadyside is home to Shadyside Hospital, which is part of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Chatham University, and the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Shadyside truly has something for everyone with multiple ethnic restaurants, upscale shops, coffee shops, nice bars, a wine and liquor store, national retail stores, and a Japanese market. More about Shadyside


South Side: Across from Downtown Pittsburgh on the Monongahela River, offers boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, live music and much more within a designated Historic District.  More about South Side

Squirrel Hill: This walkable and bike friendly community in the East End of Pittsburgh, is bordered by Shadyside, Point Breeze, Greenfield, Regent Square, and Oakland. Conveniently located, a short drive to the Downtown area will only take about 10 minutes.  More about Squirrel Hill

There is something for everyone in Squirrel Hill. Businesses include the Jewish Community Center, ethnic restaurants, chic boutiques and upscale shops, spas, ice cream parlors, taverns, delis, bakeries, movie theatres, and a bowling alley. There are also street festivals and a Farmer’s Market.

Squirrel Hill is home to the Colfax School District and Taylor Allderdice High School. There are a variety of private schools and institutes of higher learning, as well: Yeshiva Schools of Pittsburgh, Hillel Academy of Pittsburgh, Community Day School, St. Edmund’s Academy, Carnegie Mellon University, and Chatham University.


Stanton Heights: Located east of Downtown and with convenient access to Highland Park, Liberty Avenue, and the Butler Street shopping districts, Stanton Heights is a quiet residential neighborhood.
More about Stanton Heights


Strip District: Bordered by the Allegheny River to the North and Liberty Avenue to the South, the Strip District is convenient to downtown Pittsburgh. Historically an industrial neighborhood, a recent revival in the area brought many new businesses. You will find international and specialty grocery stores, a variety of specialty restaurants featuring international cuisine and street food, wineries, distilleries, coffee and tea shops, a number of specialty stores and shops, and the Heinz History Center.
More about the Strip District

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