Terminal 21

Terminal 21

615 First Avenue

Saturday: 10am-4pm

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Restrooms Available:  Yes

Building Description:

During Pittsburgh’s industrial era, the Try Street Terminal building served as a hub for shipping and manufacturing companies in the area. Situated at the far southeast corner of Pittsburgh’s “”Golden Triangle”” or central business district, the Try Street Terminal has taken turns as a warehouse, freight depot, commercial building, office space, and student housing for nearly a century. It was originally built in 1921 by Rea and Company, a pork packing company, and was most recently renovated and reimagined as Terminal 21, a luxe loft-style apartment building.

Your Experience:

Experience the three-story atrium, complete with the finest amenity spaces that Pittsburgh has to offer–a Speakeasy Lounge, complete with a full bar and a duckpin bowling alley.

See “The Chambers,” the soundproof music rehearsal rooms and a maker’s space!

Enjoy the view of downtown and Monongahela River from a 10th floor penthouse apartment.

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