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.
For more information about the area, visit NeighborsInTheStrip.com.