Union Trust Building
Historic rehabilitation of The Union Trust Building including new office, retail and parking.
Downtown501 Grant St., Pittsburgh, PA 15219
The Davis Company has revived a historic gem in Downtown Pittsburgh, The Union Trust Building.
Designed by Frederick Osterling and built in 1917 by Henry Clay Frick, the Union Trust Building is an iconic example of Flemish Gothic architecture. The Davis Company has advanced the wholesale restoration of the historic structure, which spans an entire city block.
The project was completed in 2017
The Union Trust Building has been restored as a public asset, with a reactivated ground floor retail arcade, rebuilt sidewalks, and restoration of the façade, roof, and stained-glass dome - first covered during World War II.
- Developer: The Davis Company
- Total Development Cost: $100,000,000
- URA Financing: $3,200,000 Parking Tax Diversion financing for public infrastructure improvements.
- Description: Historic rehabilitation project including 500,000 square feet of office, 35,000 square feet of retail, and 190 underground parking spaces.