615 First Avenue | 10 am to 4 pm
Visitors will experience the finest amenity spaces that Pittsburgh has to offer, including their Speakeasy Lounge complete with bar, billiards, arcade, ping-pong, and a dual-lane duckpin bowling alley. Then head up to a 5th floor apartment for a first-hand look at how an old warehouse depot can be transformed into luxe living.
Building capacity due to COVID is 25 people at a time.
Please be patient, as most people’s visit will be 10-15 minutes.
ABOUT THIS BUILDING
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.
Wheelchair Accessible Entrance: YES
Wheelchair Accessible Restrooms: YES
Public Restrooms: YES
Photography Allowed: YES