You make some very wild assumptions in your reply.
After looking over my previous answer and re-reading my reply, I realize that one section of my response does not read the way I intended it to. Since editing and spellchecking are not an option, I have removed my original reply so that my response is not misunderstood. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. When I replied to the original question, I cut my answer too short in a place where fewer words changed the intended meaning.
My original reply should have read: "There are pros and cons to BOTH city living AND to suburban living."
No need for personal attacks.
The first place students want to move off campus is Oakland, Shadyside, Squirrel Hill, Southside and secondary places are Bloomfield, Friendship, Regent Square, Highland Park, Point Breeze, and even Downtown.
If you're an investor, that's where you really want to find the deals to hold onto for the long run. They're also great neighborhoods to live in as well.