Bethel Park, PA

Population: 32,222

Key findings

  • Bethel Park has a Livability Score of 94/100, which is considered exceptional
  • Bethel Park crime rates are 56% lower than the Pennsylvania average
  • Cost of living in Bethel Park is 1% higher than the Pennsylvania average
  • Bethel Park real estate prices are 1% lower than the Pennsylvania average
  • Rental prices in Bethel Park are 3% higher than the Pennsylvania average

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      Bethel Park Pennsylvania: The Boroughs of Wholesome Living
      Attractions7/10
      Community10/10
      Nightlife6/10
      Dining6/10
      Shopping9/10
      I enjoy the wholesome boroughs while living in Bethel Park Pennsylvania. The area is well built for suburban families, as it offers some of the better school districts. The metropolitan township is about 7 miles from Pittsburgh and has a population of over 32,000.

      Bethel Park has great weather year round, meaning its winter seasons usually aren’t extreme. The cost of living and its amenities are average for today's economy. The town has significant employment opportunities on various professional levels. Moreover, income per capita is nearly 25% higher than the national average. Nightlife is present but more prevalent towards downtown Pittsburgh, which is just a hop and a skip from Bethel Park.

      Some of my favorite and best areas in Bethel Park Pennsylvania are Montour Trail and South Hills Village. The Montour Trail is a recreational rail trail that extends 335 miles from Pittsburgh to Washington D.C. The other must-see is Pennsylvania’s two-tier indoor, 130 shop mall currently owned by the Simon Property Group. It was originated in 1965 and still stands as the first oldest mass shopping facility in Greater Pittsburgh.
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      Source: The Bethel Park, PA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).