The Pittsburgh Produce Terminal is a century-old building along a railroad line in the Strip District where merchandise is delivered and shipped.
Also known as the Pennsylvania Railroad Fruit Auction & Sales Building, this long brick structure is a living testament to the city's industrial heritage. As early as the 1820s and 1830s, the Strip District was home to iron mills, foundries and glass factories.
Along with the commercial food tenants, it is home to the Pittsburgh Public Market, an eclectic collection of locally-made items and locally-grown food.
The building is currently owned by Urban Redevelopment Company, the city's economic development agency, and managed by local real estate firm Buncher Company.
Varies per tenant.
On-site parking and sporadic parking lots are available.