Today, old and new blend together to create a truly authentic and one-of-a-kind Pittsburgh experience. The still-standing industrial warehouses now function as food markets and coffee shops, offices and innovation hubs, art centers and ethnic restaurants, antique dealers and fashion boutiques. From morning commuters to nightlife revelers, the Strip District offers something for everyone.

The Strip District neighborhood is a haven for foodies, bargain hunters and art enthusiasts.

The Strip’s energy draws a diverse crowd looking to indulge in one of the many unique restaurants or revel in one of the eclectic entertainment venues.

“Neighborhoods are crowded with sidewalk cafes, tapas bars, breweries, and cider joints, all connected by 67 miles of bike lanes and a highly rated public transit system.”

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The industrial warehouse spaces and their proximity to several of Pittsburgh’s prestigious educational institutions such as Carnegie Mellon University has helped make the Strip District the ideal home for the regional headquarters of some of the world’s most innovative companies.

The redevelopment of the Produce Terminal building is the most powerful symbol within the new “Silicon Strip.”