The Strip District is undergoing an EPIC transformation. Be a part of it. Open your doors at the most anticipated development in Pittsburgh—The Strip District Terminal.

Located at the gateway to Pittsburgh’s Strip District, a neighborhood chock-full of character and vibrating with visitors, this unique, five-block-long historic structure is being rejuvenated for purveyors of good vibes, fresh eats, craft drafts and everything in between to create a whole new destination in the Strip.

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Built in 1926

Historic redevelopment of former 1,533’-long Produce Terminal Building, built in 1926

163,500 SF

Retail, dining, market, fitness, services, fitness, entertainment and office offering

275+ Parking Spaces

Along Smallman Street and Spruce Way

Targeting LEED Silver Certification

Core and shell renovation targeting prestigious LEED Silver standards

Riverfront Trail

Improved pedestrian access and 2 new public passageways to the riverfront trail

Ideas Welcome.
Locals Wanted.

Claim Your Space in Pittsburgh’s Authentic Strip District.

Adjacent to The Strip District Terminal, 1600 Smallman is being renovated and modernized as 140,000-square-feet of highly customizable office space. Embracing the vintage aesthetic of the historic warehouse, the building’s tall ceilings, large windows, exposed brick walls and steel beams will be preserved to create a one-of-a-kind workspace, ideal for a variety of tenants.