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The Pennsylvanian

1100 Liberty Avenue

Oct 1: 9 A.M. - 4 P.M.

Oct 2: 9 A.M. - 4 P.M.

The Pennsylvanian is a historic train station that was one of several passenger rail stations that served Pittsburgh during the 20th century.   The station building was designed by Chicago architect Daniel Burnham and built 1898–1904. The most extraordinary feature of the monumental train station is the rotunda with corner pavilions. In September 1978, The New Yorker art critic Brendan Gill proclaimed that Pittsburgh’s Penn Station is “one of the great pieces of Beaux-Arts architecture in America.” The Pennsylvanian is now home to beautifully renovated apartments – studio, one and two bedroom apartments, lofts and penthouses.

Experience the entrance of The Pennsylvanian – the architecturally acclaimed Rotunda – and tour residential spaces. PLEASE NOTE: Saturday – the residential area only will be open; Sunday – both residential and commercial areas will be opened.

(Photography for personal use only)

Wheelchair Accessible: No

Restrooms Available: No

Wheelchair Accessible Restrooms: No

Photography Restrictions: None