THE STRIP DISTRICT TERMINAL     2100 Smallman Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222



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Bringing a Historic Structure Back to Life

In collaboration with multiple community partners and organizations including the Urban Redevelopment Authority, Strip District Neighbors, and the Mayor of Pittsburgh, McCaffery is proud to lead the revitalization of the long-vacant Pittsburgh produce terminal building – now The Strip District Terminal.
Historically the central hub for the regional wholesale produce industry, our shared mixed-use vision returns the iconic five-block-long Strip District structure to its former glory as an energetic, people-centric destination for residents and guests of the City of Pittsburgh.

Commitment to Pittsburgh

Conceptual Renderings

"The produce terminal deserves our respect and it deserves to be preserved. That is what McCaffery is committed to doing on this project.”


Dan McCaffery, CEO | McCaffery Interests

Smallman Street Improvements


Smallman Street is receiving a much needed transformation to make it a safer and more engaging public space. The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority is installing new utility infrastructure which will be followed by the City and McCaffery adding new lighting, street furnishings, large highly visible crosswalks, plazas, dedicated bike lanes and on-street parking. 


The existing terminal building docks will be extended to create outdoor dining and activity areas and at each of the pedestrian passageways at 17th, 18th, and 20th. New ramps/stairs with integrated bench seating will help connect the neighborhood and invite people to sit and enjoy the views of the historic Saint Stanislaus Kostka Church. The plaza areas in front of the Produce Terminal will be programmed with artisanal merchants and events.

Development Highlights

163,500 SF of Retail, Market & Office Space

Former Industrial Space Revitalized as
126,000 SF of Office & Retail

Adjacent to the Produce Terminal, 1600 Smallman is the revitalization of the historic Standard Underground Cable Company Building. Built in 1921, McCaffery aims to preserve the building’s distinguishing features, including its wood floors and ceilings, exposed brick walls and large warehouse windows, as well as modernize the building’s mechanical systems and improve energy efficiency.