Smith Brothers Building
116 Federal Street
Categories: Amazing Views, Office Space
The Smith Brothers Building (originally the Boggs Building) was constructed by Russell H. Boggs, and designed by architect, Charles Bickel. It was built in 1910-1011 by the Cuthbert Brothers.
With its ornamental terra-cotta facades, the Smith Brothers Building serves as a fine example of Classical Revival Style architecture.
Lindsey, Miles and Bronson Smith, founders of local ad firm, The Smith Brothers Agency, acquired the building in December of 2007. The agency now occupies the 2nd and 3rd floors of the building.
The building’s ground floor is currently occupied by Local Brewhouse and the Beerhead Bar Pittsburgh. The Left Field Meeting Space (a business-only rental space) occupies the rooftop level and the lower level is home to The Pittsburgh Kids Foundation.
YOUR EXPERIENCE: A representative of Smith Brothers Agency will be on site to answer questions and give brief tours of the Left Field Meeting Space (a rooftop business-only rental space).
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Restrooms Available: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible Restrooms: Yes
Photography Restrictions: Please, no photographs of agency work-in-progress on the 3rd floor.