Introduced in 1904, The Edgewood Club is a social, athletic, and civic organization located just minutes from downtown Pittsburgh in the Borough of Edgewood.
The Clubhouse, designed by prominent architect Edward B. Lee, has been recognized for its architectural distinction by the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation. Historical and elegant, the Club has hosted countless weddings, celebrations, and community events. Housed on the second floor is the CC Mellor Memorial Library, on the first floor is a children’s library and Fred Rogers play room. The Club is home to The Edgewood Foundation, Edgewood Historical Society, and Edgewood Garden Club.
Members enjoy a 25 meter heated pool with diving board, wading pool and play area, locker rooms, and tennis courts. There is a full service snack bar, pro shop counter, programming for adults and children, as well as a full social calendar.
In July 2014, the addition of multi-sport courts were expanded to include tennis, pickle ball, volleyball, basketball, bocce, and USTA 10 & Under tennis courts.
Today, The Edgewood Club remains a centerpiece of Pittsburgh’s East End communities.