Originally constructed in 1900 for use as Pittsburgh's Union Station, The Pennsylvanian is considered one of the city's most architecturally significant buildings. The handcrafted, dome-shaped rotunda at its entrance - encapsulating the vision of Chicago architect Daniel Burnham - serves as a prominent symbol for Pittsburgh. In 1986, restoration efforts began to convert the office tower in apartments. The Pennsylvanian apartments opened its doors to residents on May 23, 1988. The Pennsylvanian is now considered one of Pittsburgh's finest addresses. If you want more than just a place to say, if you seek the character, the grace, and splendor of a previous age, then your journey begins and ends at The Pennsylvanian.
Downtown - it's the pulse of Pittsburgh! There's an energy here you just won't find anywhere else. Downtown's distinctive boutiques and unique offerings draw style-savvy shoppers from miles around. Restaurants are busy with lunchtime chatter. And in the warmer months, Downtown's green spaces and urban parks come alive with free mid-day concerts and special events. After the sun sets, Downtown theatres, clubs, and restaurants turn up the energy even more. The Cultural District and Market Square glove with bright lights, live music, and the aroma from Pittsburgh's most eclectic mix of great restaurants.
Dinner before a show or a game? Hanging out with friends after work or hitting the town for a celebration? It's clear when you're here, Downtown is the center of excitment!
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Contact Person: V Suites
Washer/Dryer in Unit
Parking with Fee
Cleaning Fee: $75
Note: All rates are (USD)