223 Fourth Avenue
Categories: Lobby-Only Access
Benedum-Trees Building, at 19 stories tall, was built in 1905. The building was commissioned by Pittsburgh attorney H. A. Machesney. Designed by Tomas H. Scott, the buildings stands at 19 stories tall.
It was originally called the Machesney Building, until 1911 when it became the headquarters of the Benedum Trees Oil Company.
For the next 40 years the fifteenth floor was home to the offices of Joe Trees and Mike Benedum.
YOUR EXPERIENCE: Explore the ornate lobby, with the ornate bronze clock and marble accents. (For access to top floors, please visit the Insider Tour option entitled "Reimagining Iconic Offices for the Digital Age" on the "Insider Tours" page on this website. Tickets for this experience are free, but limited)
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Restrooms Available: No
Wheelchair Accessible Restrooms: No
Photography Restrictions: None