Pittsburgh’s Historic Strip District

Live here. Work Here. Play Here.

From industrial epicenter to historic market district, The Strip District has seen it all. That’s why so many say the plucky, half-mile long stretch of land between the Allegheny River, the Hill District and 11th and 33rd Streets “encompasses everything Pittsburgh stands and is known for.”

Today, old and new blend together to create a truly authentic and one-of-a-kind experience. The still-standing industrial warehouses—once home to manufacturing giants like U.S. Steel, Westinghouse and Heinz—now function as food markets and coffee shops, art centers and ethnic restaurants, antique dealers and fashion boutiques, chic apartments and airy lofts.

By day, the neighborhood is a haven for foodies, bargain hunters and art enthusiasts. By night, its energy draws a diverse crowd looking to indulge in one of the many unique restaurants or revel in one of the eclectic lounges, clubs, breweries and distilleries.

 

You’re Close To The Action

You’re In The Mix in the StripNo Bridges. No Tunnels. No Hills.

Connecting metropolitan Downtown to hip Lawrenceville, the Strip District is at the center of it all.

  • Downtown

    Friendly and welcoming. Comfortable in its city skin. High heels or flip flops, business suit or bathing suit.

  • Strip District

    Gritty and authentic. Bursting with local flavor. No pretense, no fluff. Just plain good.

  • Lawrenceville

    Walkable and welcoming. Entrepreneurial. Unique and distinct. Old-world charm, modern-day edge.

The Hub at 3 Crossings

The 3 Crossings Multimodal Transit Center—“The Hub”—will connect Downtown, the Strip District and Lawrenceville. Just steps from The Yards and accessible by car, bus, bike and kayak, this community facility will provide storage and parking space for multiple modes of transportation.

The Hub at The Yards at Three Crossings pittsburgh pa

The Hub Features

  • The Multimodal Transit Center at The Hub

    575
    Parking Spaces

  • Bike-friendly life at The Yards at Three Crossings pittsburgh apartments for rent

    100
    Bike Parking Spaces

  • The Yards at Three Crossings Apartments for Rent in Pittsburgh PA

    16,000 SF
    Retail & Restaurants

  • The Yards at Three Crossings Car Sharing Options

    Zip Cars

  • Electric Car Charging Stations at The Yards at Three Crossings

    Electric Vehicles

  • Kayak on the Allegheny from The Yards at Three Crossings

    Kayak Storage

  • An active life at The Yards at Three Crossings pittsburgh pa apartments for rent

    Bike Rental

The Strip district Riverfront Trail Connects Downtown and Lawrenceville

About the Allegheny Riverfront Green Boulevard

Building upon the 2011 Allegheny Riverfront Vision Plan, the Allegheny Riverfront Green Boulevard seeks to create a walkable rail-with-trail green boulevard along the Allegheny River.

Made possible by grants from the Partnership for Sustainable Communities, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and the United States Department of Transportation, the new Strip District and Lawrenceville riverfront parks will create a continuous riverfront trail system with access to more than 520 acres of existing open space and the Allegheny River.

Located between 11th Street and the 31st Street Bridge, the planned 20-block long Strip District Riverfront Park is anticipated to open in 2016. This new park will provide The Yards residents with direct bike and pedestrian connections to the riverfront and its perpendicular streets, as well as playgrounds, fishing piers and marinas. In addition to restored ecological habitats for riverbank stabilization, the trail will incorporate the latest green infrastructure for storm water management.

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