Situated in the historic South Side, and three 1/2 blocks from Station Square, the centry-old Terminal Buildings provide office space for various entities and occasionally community and fundraising events.
Pittsburgh Terminal Warehouse was incorporated February 8, 1898. Modeled after the Cupples Station in St. Louis, the building boasts of its accessibility by river, rail and road.The original investors included George Westinghouse, George M. Laughlin Jr., James Buchanan and Captain James A. Henderson.
Varies per business.
On-street parking is available.