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The Waterfront is a super-regional open air shopping mall spanning the three boroughs of Homestead, West Homestead, and Munhall near Pittsburgh. The shopping mall sits on land once occupied by U.S. Steel's Homestead Steel Works plant, which closed in 1986. It has a gross leasable area of 700,000 square feet (65,000 m2) in "The Waterfront" and 400,000 square feet (37,000 m2) in "The Town Center." The development officially opened in 1999. More development continued into the early 21st century. The Waterfront is accessible from the Parkway East via the Homestead High-Level Bridge, now known as the Homestead Grays Bridge. Pennsylvania Route 837, which runs through the town of Homestead also connects drivers to The Waterfront via Amity Street and Waterfront Drive.


Overview of The Waterfront

As you traverse the city of Munhall, you'll stumble upon The Waterfront. Although listed here, The Waterfront is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Munhall.

Munhall tours ideally do not include a visit to The Waterfront.

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  • We have lived here a little over five years. Excellent location, helpful office staff, and outstanding maintenance employees. A fine place to live.

  • Looks nice on the outside and inside, I have been to a friend of a friends apartment and it was very nice. The area is well maintained. I am looking to move and was considering moving to the waterfront, however I have son and I don't think the apartment complex will accommodate a 7 year old besides the pool in the summer, if a small but nice little park was built somewhere within the complex that would be great. Then I will reconsider. Overall beautiful property

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  • I lived there for 15 months, the apartment was great, big enough for my family, a lot of light inside, well maintained. Maintanance doea a great job, as well as the office management. Very good location, you have shopping and grocery in front and even costco. The trail is nice I used to play there with my daughter. Very quite neighborhood. Recommended

  • The only reason I'm giving this a 2nd star is because of the area and the fact that I know most 1star raters are just whiny and their opinions are taken with a grain of salt. I'm writing this in hopes that it will save you the money I wasted. This is a tremendous area. The Waterfront itself is a fun and active area, where there is always something to do for young professionals. However, that is where the quality of life stops while living in these apartments. I'm not much of a complainer so I'm not even sure where to start. The most recent thing (that is our cause for leaving these poorly built residences) is the mold and water damage. I understand mold can happen anywhere, but it can be prevented too. When an apartment company is between maintenance companies and refuses to fix a major leak in the wall for over 2 months and then mold shows up on that same wall a few months later... it is pretty obvious that's what caused the mold. However, don't waste your time explaining that to the manager or regional manager. They will just tell you that couldn't be the cause and you owe us 2 months rent to move out of your mold infested shed that you pay $1650 a month for. If that doesn't make you want to live here, surely the lack of insulation will! Even with the heat set to (and working at) 75 degrees, we have to wear multiple sweatshirts and blankets to watch tv in our living room anytime it is less than 30 degrees outside. Even with all the blinds and curtains shut you can feel a full breeze coming through. But wait there's more!!! If you're lucky enough to live in building 8, you can find pleasure in the nightly walks to and from your car that you have to park over a quarter mile away at times. Some nights I would park at the Lowes across the street because it was closer than the closest parking spot inside the complex. I understand that people find apartments with much worse problems than these but for $1600+ per month you can find SO much better. If you are seriously considering this property you should reach out to current residence and check out what some of their units look like after multiple years of living in there.

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  • I absolutely love these apartments! Although so close to the train, it is extremely quiet. The staff is friendly and willing to help with whatever is needed.

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