Residents of Greensburg have easy access to key amenities such as the Five Star Trail, The Palace Theatre, the Robert Shaw Amphitheater, the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, the downtown shopping district, and various churches. Despite increased housing development in Westmoreland County, median house values in all Greensburg neighborhoods have remained on par with the county-wide value. The value of Greensburg’s historic and economic neighborhoods is noteworthy.
Greensburg boasts numerous shopping plazas and dining establishments along the Route 30 corridor, both east and west of the city. With more than 5,000,000 square feet (460,000 m2) of retail space and growing, it is considered the commercial center of the Laurel Highlands region of Pennsylvania and one of the largest retail markets in Western Pennsylvania. Due to its diversified economy, Greensburg is less affected by economic downturns than communities that rely on a single industry. Additionally, it is a significant cultural center.
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