Friendship is a city neighborhood in Pittsburgh's East End and is named for the friendship that existed between Joseph Conrad Winebiddle, the owner of an estate in the neighborhood, and the family of William Penn. The streets of Friendship are lined with Victorian houses, ranging from modest to grand, built between the late 1890s and the early 1940s.
According to the City Of Pittsburgh, Friendship is roughly bordered by South Graham Street, Penn Avenue, South Negley Avenue and Centre Avenue. South Fairmount runs through the center.
One of the leading neighbhorhood organizations is the Friendship Developmnt Associates, whose mission is to revitalize the Friendship area through strategic and responsible real estate development.
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On-street parking is available throughout the neighborhood.