Creating Exciting Possibilities for Downtown Pittsburgh
The Troiani Family is Pittsburgh proud since 1913. In stewardship to Pittsburgh, our top commitment is to our city’s growth and renewal.
Our Golden Triangle projects aim to revitalize Downtown Pittsburgh’s First Side.
On First Avenue at both Market and Wood Streets, we solicit for realization our mixed-use developments to represent an invitation to the world the opportunity of place in our urban core for a new international headquarters to situate invigorating our Golden Triangle of Pittsburgh.
Urban Living is the future and live / work-integrated environments in safe, sustainable, regenerative, pandemic resistant, socially considerate spaces with improved quality of life can be realized as the narrative of future of the City of Pittsburgh.
With street-level grit featuring reused masonry and a tower of blue glass and tree-bark patterned insulated panels, outdoor open spaces and balconies draped with heat-reducing green vegetation, the forward-thinking buildings will be the first towers in Pittsburgh built with modern building code, while respecting the design elements, the look and the feel of surrounding Downtown Buildings and paying homage to the past with life and streets full of healthy residents who live and work in First Side.
- 200,000 square feet of Modern Trophy Class A Office Space connecting the city with elevated views to Point State Park, Market Square, and the Monongahela River
- 151 residential units, with a high-curtained, wind-protected, sun-facing exterior pool, and interior and recessed private balconies
- Illuminated street-level retail at the intersection of Market and First, embodying the spirit of prior use with a restaurant and gathering place featuring a rooftop deck and local music
- Street-level open space at the Boulevard of the Allies on both sides of Market Street, with the intention to engage the Downtown and surrounding communities with activities and programming including yoga classes, art exhibitions and more
- Community-engaging open space bridging the pedestrian route from PNC Park and Heinz Field to the Cultural District, Market Square, First Avenue, and the Three Rivers Heritage Trail
Take a look at our vision below and imagine the possibilities for this underrated area of Downtown Pittsburgh. If you support this development effort, we encourage you to join groups like Revitalize Pittsburgh to let your voice be heard and keep the momentum going for the betterment of our city.