Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - June 4, 2015
By Kevin Kirkland
Everyone loves the views from Debbie and Rick Peterson's condo in 151 First Side, especially their young grandsons visiting from North Carolina.
"When they leave, every window has fingerprints and nose prints on it," she said, laughing.
That's understandable. On one side, their double unit on the 18th floor offers views up and down the Monongahela River, including a half-dozen bridges, the Gateway Clipper fleet, Highmark Stadium and Station Square across the river. On the city side, you can see PPG Place, Market Square, even fireworks over by PNC Park on the North Side.
The bird's-eye vantage point has given the Petersons a new appreciation for Downtown buildings.
"You can really see the architecture from up here, the top parts of buildings you can't see from the ground," Ms. Peterson said.