The Koppers Building was built between 1927 and 1929 of Indiana limestone. It is 475 feet tall, with 34 stories of commercial offices.
In the Koppers Building, architects Graham, Anderson, Probst & White created one of the best examples of an Art Deco-style building in Pittsburgh. This stepped-back skyscraper is encased in limestone and crowned with a copper chateauesque roof. The lobby provides an excellent example of an elegant and urbane Art Deco interior. The architectural firm was the successor of D.H. Burnham and Company, which designed several Pittsburgh buildings in the Classical and Beaux Arts styles.
The 9th floor conference center is often used for seminars, workshops, fundraisers and networking events.
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An underground parking garage is available at nearby Mellon Square. For information, call (412) 323-4455.