Produce Terminal
  • Interior demolition is ongoing.
  • The masonry is being re-pointed and lintels replaced. Masonry piers are being re-built.
1600 Smallman
  • Demolition of structures is now complete and debris is being removed.
  • Interior demolition is ongoing.
  • The masonry on Smallman Street is being re-pointed and repaired.
  • Duquesne Light is expected to be doing work in Mulberry Way to re-locate utilities temporarily.
Smallman Street

The road is temporarily closed between 13th and 21st to through traffic as PWSA does repairs to fix the water main break.

The Pittsburgh Parking Authority re-installed the parking meters on Smallman between 18th and 21st Streets this week. Be sure to pay so you don’t get a ticket!

Kayafest is May 26th from noon to 10:30. Vehicular traffic will be closed on Smallman between 20th and 21st Streets that day to make room for Samba dancers, Caribbean music and street food. Here is the live music schedule:

  • noon-2 Selecta: Host DJ of WYEPs Grand Groove Radio
  • 2-3 Elias Khouri: Rising teen guitar phenom playing soaring funk, soul, and rock.
  • 3:15-4:15 Bindley Hardware Company: Rust-belt Americana music drawing from classic country, folk and modern alt-country.
  • 4:30-5 Timbeleza: A KayaFest tradition! Infectious, driving Brazilian percussion brought to life by the fantastic dancers of the Pittsburgh Samba Group.
  • 5:15-6:15 Chase and the Barons: Energetic alt-rock band with quirky lyrics and a groovy vibe.
  • 6:30-7:30 Chantillion: Mega-heavy, ponderous, trippy prog anti-rock
  • 7:30-8 Timbeleza’s second set with the PSG dancers.
  • 8-9:15 Tropidelic: Nationally touring reggae group from Cleveland stirs it up with elements of hip-hop, high energy funk and silky smooth pop
  • 9:30-10:30 Truth and Rites: Jamaican rhythms of Reggae, Dub, Ska and Soul