Union Trust Building

Union Trust Building

501 Grant Street | 10 am to 4 pm


During your visit you will see a central rotunda that features a grand, ten-story atrium topped by a spectacular stained glass dome measuring 40 feet in diameter, while standing on luxurious, richly-hued, hand-tufted New Zealand wool carpeting. You will learn more interesting facts about the building and the restoration process from the volunteer docent.


The Union Trust Building, built in 1915, was one of three buildings erected by coal and steel magnate Henry Clay Frick.
Frick advised his architect Frederick Osterling to draw inspiration from Europe’s Flemish Gothic style of architecture.
June 23, 2016 marks the building’s Grand Opening following its $100 million dollar restoration, still in progress.
This architectural landmark is now a modern office space, with vibrant retail, inviting public spaces, class-A amenities and 28 pieces of original, Pittsburgh-inspired art.

Wheelchair Accessible Entrance: YES
Wheelchair Accessible Restrooms: NO
Public Restrooms: NO
Photography Allowed: YES

DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh thanks our community partners
for their generous support.
Dollar Bank Logo 2021
The Mendel & Sylvia Solomon charitable trust
UPMC Health Plan
Al Neyer
Highmark | AHN
Lamar logo


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