Strip District Terminal

About
Located in Pittsburgh’s bustling Strip District, the iconic Produce Terminal Building was formerly the central hub for the regional wholesale produce industry.
Now the unique and historic Terminal is once again bringing energy and vitality to the neighborhood.
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The History

Originally the Pennsylvania Railroad Fruit Auction & Sales Building, the Terminal served the tri-state area as a produce distribution hub and functioned as the economic heart of the Strip District for more than 40 years.

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The Transformation

Revitalization of The Terminal balances the needs of the future with the pleasures of the past.

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The Team

Meet the team that’s making the mixed-use vision for The Terminal a reality.

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Sustainability

The Terminal was renovated to achieve LEED Silver Certification.

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01.28.24
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11.06.23
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10.29.23
Argentine restaurant, Balvanera, opens its doors in Pittsburgh's Strip District
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10.19.23
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