The Wilkinsburg Train Station | 901 Hay St

The Historic Wilkinsburg Train Station

Vacant for more than 50 years, this 100+ year old beaux arts-style anchor building will become one of the most historically significant and architecturally unique buildings in the entire region, state and even the nation. It features a skylight, delicately patterned terrazzo and mosaic tile floors, a unique clock tower and polished stone pilasters and panels. Together with the Lohr Building renovation, these projects represent one of the largest commercial development investments in Wilkinsburg’s modern history.

The station is located on the East Busway, offering express service to Pittsburgh. Half a block away is busy Penn Avenue, and the station lies directly across the street from the Wilkinsburg Borough Building and Library.

This mixed-use commercial property offers more than 8,400 square feet of leasable space between two floors — the historic lobby and the lower level, which was once a baggage area.

  • Built in 1916
  • Full Renovation in 2019
  • Next to East Busway
  • Parking:
    • Est. 5 on site parking spaces
    • Metered parking lots in walking distance
    • Street parking
  • Cost Effective
  • Available Suites include:
    • 3,792 SF – 1st Floor
    • 5,062 SF – Lower Floor
  • 7.5 miles from Pittsburgh CBD
  • 4.7 miles from Oakland
  • 1.1 miles from I-376


Marina Balko

WCDC, Director of Ecomonic Development



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