The Borough of Coraopolis lies just 15 miles west of Central Pittsburgh, mixing modern-day living with a village-like atmosphere from the steel era. Numerous row homes sit alongside small businesses, retail, and dining establishments.
This safe, walkable community sits along the Ohio River, nestled between Moon Township and Robinson Township and is located just a few miles north of the Pittsburgh International Airport. The family friendly neighborhood is home to reputable schools, such as Cornell High School and Robert Morris University.
Residents of the community have easy access to Interstate 51, taking commuters straight into the heart of downtown Pittsburgh. The same highway connects to Interstates 79, 279, or 376, giving locals quick and easy access to neighboring communities.