Housing Options

Explore Housing Options

Dedicated on-campus housing is available for graduate students. Living on-campus provides unbeatable access to campus resources and amenities. Additionally, our location is ideal to explore all that Pittsburgh has to offer. Learn more about on-campus housing options available for graduate students.

Pittsburgh is an affordable city with numerous housing options in vibrant neighborhoods close to campus. For students interested in off-campus housing, our Office of Commuter Affairs is an excellent resource to learn about local neighborhoods and listings.

Duquesne University School of Law Student Ambassadors recommends the following apartments near campus and places to eat in Pittsburgh. Please note that Duquesne Law cannot offer an endorsement. 

Where We Live

Apartments

South Side Flats
City View
201 Stanwix Street 
The Clark Building
Park View
Kaufmann's Grand
Oak Hill
Brottier Hall
St. Martin Hall 

Neighborhoods

South Side
Bloomfield
Friendship
Highland Park
Uptown (near Mercy Hospital)
Squirrel Hill
East Liberty
Mt. Washington
Hill District
North Hills
Shadyside
Lawrenceville
Oakland
Mt. Lebanon
North Shore
Squirrell Hill

Where We Eat

Classen Cafehaus
Mad Mex
People's Indian
Tamarind
Lot 17
Baby Loves Tacos
Thai Cuisine
Café Moulin
Pigeon Bagels
Pink Box Bakery
Independent Brewing Company
Hidden Harbour
Rose Tea Café
Ramen Bar
Everyday Noodles
Te Café
Bantha Tea Bar
Grandma B's
Primanti Bros
Condado Tacos
Noodles and Company
Bigham Tavern
Capital Grille
Monterey Bay
Fuel and Fuddle
Pamela's Diner
Armstrong's
Meat & Potatoes
Tavern in the Wall
Stack'd
Nakama
Doce Taqueria
Girasole
Aiello's Pizza

*Ambassador recommendations. Duquesne Law cannot offer an endorsement.