List of University of Pittsburgh buildings

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The lists of University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) buildings catalog only the currently-existing Pitt- and UPMC-owned buildings and structures[n 1] that reside within the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the home of the university's and medical center's main campuses. Although the University and the closely affiliated University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) are tightly intertwined both institutionally and geographically, including the sharing and leasing arrangements of resources and facilities (such as Forbes Tower, Thomas Detre Hall, the Carrillo Street Steam Plant, Hillman Cancer Center, etc), buildings primarily owned by UPMC are listed separately because the University and UPMC are technically separate legal entities.[1]

University of Pittsburgh

The major concentration of buildings that comprise Pitt's main campus is centered in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, however a few facilities are scattered elsewhere throughout the city, including the adjacent Shadyside neighborhood. Along with regional campuses in Bradford, Greensburg, Johnstown, and Titusville, Pitt also has a Computer Center in RIDC Park in Blawnox,[2] the Plum Boro Science Center in Plum, the University of Pittsburgh Applied Research Center (U-PARC) in Harmarville, Pennsylvania, the Pymatuning Laboratory of Ecology in Linesville, Pennsylvania, and the Allen L. Cook Spring Creek Preserve archeological research site in Spring Creek, Wyoming.

The location of the Honors College near the top of the Cathedral of Learning affords students and visitors with large vistas of the campus and surrounding city.
Looking southwest from a University of Pittsburgh Honors College study room on the 35th floor of the Cathedral of Learning. The height of the Cathedral provides for large vistas overlooking the city and campus. Many of the university's and medical center's buildings may be seen in this image.

Table of Pitt-owned buildings in Pittsburgh

Buildings in the sortable table below are initially listed alphabetically.

Image Building Constructed Acquired Architect Style Location Usage Designations
530 Melwood Avenue 1989[3] Oakland Motor pool repairs
4600 5th Ave
(PNC Bank building)
1961[4] Oakland Bank
50px Allegheny Observatory 1900–1912 1900–1912 T.E. Billquist Greek Revival Riverview Park Physics and astronomy U.S. National Register of Historic Places
Pennsylvania State Historical Designation
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
AllenHall.jpg Allen Hall 1913–1914 1939 J. H. Giesey Greek Revival Oakland Physics and astronomy Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
50px Alumni Hall 1914–1915 1993 Benno Janssen Greek Revival Oakland Alumni;
mixed
Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
40px Amos Hall 1924 1955 Henry Hornbostel, with collaboration from Rutan & Russell and Eric Fisher Wood Oakland Residence hall Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
50px Barco Law Building 1976 1976 Johnstone, Newcomer and Valentour Brutalist Oakland Law
Bates Hill Apartments 1985[5] Oakland Apartments
Bellefield Hall Pitt.JPG Bellefield Hall 1924 1984–1994 Benno Janssen Italianate Oakland Mixed academic Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
50px Bellefield Towers 1889 (tower)
1985–1987
1999[6] Frederick J. Osterling (tower)
Stephen Casey, Urban Design Associates
Richardsonian Romanesque (tower) Oakland Medical
offices
50px Benedum Hall 1971; Mascaro Center addition: 2008–2009 1971 Deeter Ritchey Sippel
Mascaro addition: EDGO Studio & NBBJ[7]
Oakland Engineering Pennsylvania Society AIA Honor Award
Pennsylvania Society AIA Distinguished Building Award [1]
CRSI Design Award: Educational Facility Category (Mascaro Center, 2012)[8]
50px Biomedical Science Tower South (2) 1994–1995 1994–1995 Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Associates[9] Oakland Research
40px Biomedical Science Tower 3 2003–2005 2003–2005 Payette Associates Inc. and JSA Oakland Research 2007 Lab of the Year Special Mention, R&D Magazine
2007 Merit Award, AIA/New England
2007 Award for Design, Boston Society of Architects
2006 Honor Award, AIA/Pittsburgh
35px Brackenridge Hall 1924 1955 Henry Hornbostel, with collaboration from Rutan & Russell and Eric Fisher Wood Oakland Residence hall Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
35px Bruce Hall 1924 1955 Henry Hornbostel, with collaboration from Rutan & Russell and Eric Fisher Wood Oakland Residence hall Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
50px Bouquet Gardens 1999–2000; Building J: 2011 1999–2000 Renaissance 3 Architects, P.C. Oakland Residence hall
Building 5 Oakland Utility [10]
50px Carrillo Street Steam Plant 2004 2004[n 2] JSA Oakland Maintenance 3-star winner, Enviro-Star Awards[12]
CathoLearn.jpg Cathedral of Learning 1926–1937 1926–1937 Charles Klauder Gothic Revival Oakland Mixed academic U.S. National Register of Historic Places
Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
City of Pittsburgh Designated Landmark
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
50px Center for Biotechnology and Bioengineering 1993 1993 Robert S. Pfaffmann, Bohlin Powell Larkin Cywinski Oakland Research 1993 Award for Excellence in Architectural Design Pennsylvania Society of Architects, 1993 Honor Award AIA Pittsburgh, 1993 Honor Award Metal Construction Association Awards
40px Central Oakland apartments 1971[13][14] Oakland Apartments
50px Center Plaza Apartments 1994[15] Shadyside Student apartments
Chancellor'sResidencePitt.jpg Chancellor's Residence 1896 1966[16] Peabody and Stearns Colonial Revival Shadyside Housing Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
30px Chevron Science Center 1974
Annex 2011
1974 Kuhn, Newcomer & Valentour
Annex: Wilson Architects and Renaissance 3 Architects[17]
Oakland Chemistry Second place, Lab of the Year, Industrial Research magazine
UniversityChildDevelopmentCenterPitt3.jpg Child Development Center 1904 1992 Solon Spencer Beman Greek Revival Shadyside UCDC Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
Clapp Hall Edit.JPG Clapp Hall 1956 1956 Trautwein & Howard Gothic Revival Oakland Biology Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
50px College Gardens apartments 1969[18] Shadyside Apartments
50px Cost Sports Center 1990 1990 Oakland Athletics
50px Craig Hall 1988[19] Modern Oakland Office
CrabtreeHallPitt.jpg Crabtree Hall 1969 1969 Deeter Ritchey Sippel Oakland Public health
50px Crawford Hall 1968 1968 Oakland Neuroscience
DarraghStApartmPitt.jpg Darragh Street Apartment Complex 2007 2007 Renaissance 3 Architects, P.C. Oakland Apartments
50px David Lawrence Hall 1968 1968 Johnstone, McMillin & Associates Oakland Mixed academic
Eberlyhallside.jpg Eberly Hall 1920–1921 1920–1921 Benno Janssen Greek Revival Oakland Chemistry
50px Eureka Building 1924 1993[20] Oakland Facilities management
50px Falk Clinic 1931 1931 Edward Purcell Mellon Oakland Medical
FalkSchool.jpg Falk School 1931
Addition: 2007–2009
1931 Janssen and Cocken
Addition: Perkin Eastman[21]
Oakland Education
60px Fitzgerald Field House 1951 1951 Oakland Athletics
50px Forbes Craig Apartments 1964[22] Oakland Residence hall
50px Forbes Pavilion 1964 1977[23] Oakland Residence hall
FrathousePittIV.jpg Fraternity Housing Complex 1984 1984[24] Oakland Housing
FrickFineArts.jpg Frick Fine Arts Building 1962–1965 1962–1965 Burton Kenneth Johnstone Neo-Renaissance Oakland Art Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Gardner Steel.jpg Gardner Steel Conference Center 1911–1912 1920[25] Kiehnel & Elliott Early Modern Oakland Mixed academic Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
50px Gold Building (3343 Forbes Avenue) 1986? 2000[26] Oakland Office and laboratories
HeinzChapelSouthcloseup.jpg Heinz Memorial Chapel 1933–1938 1933–1938 Charles Klauder Gothic Revival Oakland Religious
performance
Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
50px Hillman Library 1965–1968 1965–1968 Celli-Flynn and Associates
Kuhn, Newcomer & Valentour
Max Abramovitz
Oakland Library 1996 Timeless Award for Enduring Design, Pittsburgh chapter of the American Institute of Architects
50px Holland Hall 1924 1955 Henry Hornbostel, with collaboration from Rutan & Russell and Eric Fisher Wood Oakland Residence hall Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
30px Information Sciences Building 1965 1968[27] Tasso Katselas Brutalist Oakland Information science
50px Langley Hall 1959–1961 1959–1961 Oakland Biology
Learning Research and Development Center.jpg Learning Research and Development Center 1974 1974 Harrison & Abramovitz Oakland Education various architectural awards
50px Life Science Annex 2007 2007 Burt Hill Oakland Biology
neuroscience
30px Litchfield Towers 1963 1963 Deeter & Ritchey Oakland Residence hall
50px Loeffler Building 2003[28] Oakland Office
Pitt - first building.jpg Log Cabin 1820–1830s 1986 Oakland Storage
LothropHallPitt.jpg Lothrop Hall 1950–1953 1950–1953 Oakland Residence hall
50px Mayflower Apartments 1963[29] Oakland Apartments
SchenleyQuadcolumn.jpg McCormick Hall 1924 1955 Henry Hornbostel, with collaboration from Rutan & Russell and Eric Fisher Wood Oakland Residence hall Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
50px McGowan Institute Laboratory Building 1999–2002 1999–2002 IKM, Inc. South Side Research gold LEED award from the U.S. Green Building Council
50px Melwood Maintenance Building 1986[30] Oakland Maintenance
MervisHallatPitt.jpg Mervis Hall 1983 1983 IKM/SGE Oakland Business
30px Music Building 1884 1953[31] Longfellow, Alden & Harlow Richardsonian Romanesque Oakland Music Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
50px Nordenberg Hall 2012–2013 2012–2013 Mackey Mitchell Architects and MacLachlan, Cornelius, & Filoni Oakland Residence hall
50px Oakwood Apartments 1971[32] Oakland Apartments
50px O'Hara Street Garage 1960 1960 Oakland Garage
Concordia Club Pittsburgh3.jpg O'Hara Student Center 1913 2009[33] Charles Bickel Romanesque Revival Oakland Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
30px Old Engineering Hall 1954–1955 1954–1955 Oakland Engineering;
physics
50px Oxford Building 1992[34] Oakland Office
rental
Pitt School of Public Health 03.JPG Parran Hall 1957
Addition: 2011–2013
1957 Eggers & Higgins
Addition:Renaissance 3 Architects and Wilson Architects[35]
Oakland Public health
Panther Hall Pitt.jpg Panther Hall 2006 2006 Perkins Eastman Architects Oakland Residence hall
NewPennsylvaniaHall.jpg Pennsylvania Hall 2004 2004 Perkins Eastman Architects Oakland Residence hall
Petersen Events Center 1a.jpg Petersen Events Center 2002 2002 Apostolou Associates and Rosser International of Atlanta Oakland Athletics 2003 Innovative Architecture & Design Honor Award[36]
50px Petersen Sports Complex 2011 2011 L. Robert Kimball and Associates Oakland Athletics
50px Posvar Hall 1975–1978 1975–1978 Johnstone Newcomer & Valentour
Max Abramowitz
Brutalist Oakland Mixed academic;
secondary computer datacenter
50px Quality Inn University Center 1999[37] Oakland Rental; hotel
RANDPittsburgh.jpg Rand Building 2004–2006 2004–2006 Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Oakland Rental
30px Ruskin Hall 1921–1922 1958 H. L. Stevens & Company Oakland Residence hall Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
50px Salk Hall 1941
Addition: 2012–2014
1957 Richard Irving and Theodore Eicholz
Addition: Ballinger Architects[38]
Art Deco Oakland Dental;
pharmacy
Pennsylvania State Historical Designation
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
50px Salk Hall Annex 1967 1967 Deeter, Ritchey, and Sippel Oakland Dental;
pharmacy
Scaife Hall.JPG Scaife Hall 1954–1956 1954–1956 Schmidt, Garden and Erickson Oakland Medical
Sennott Square.jpg Sennott Square 2002 2002 JSA Oakland Mixed academic
60px Space Research Coordination Center 1965 1965 Deeter & Ritchey Oakland Physics and astronomy
50px Stephen Foster Memorial 1937 1937 Charles Klauder Gothic Revival Oakland Theatre Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pennsylvania State Historical Designation
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
SutherlandfromPete.jpg Sutherland Hall 1992 1992 Oakland Residence hall
ThackerayHallPitt.jpg Thackeray Hall 1923–1925 1968[39] Abram Garfield Early Classical Oakland Math
administration
Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
ThawPitt.jpg Thaw Hall 1910 1910 Henry Hornbostel Greek Revival Oakland Physics and astronomy Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark
50px Thomas Boulevard Library Resource Facility 1986[40] Point Breeze Library
30px Thomas Detre Hall of the WPIC 1938–1940 1949[n 3] Raymond Marlier Art Deco Oakland Medical
50px Thomas E. Starzl Biomedical Science Tower 1990 1990 Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Associates Oakland Research Lab of the Year, R&D Magazine
50px Trees Field Oakland Athletics
50px Trees Hall 1958–1962
Phase II: 1965
1958–1962 Deeter & Ritchey Oakland Athletics
UniversityClub.jpg University Club 1923; addition 1963 2005 Henry Hornbostel Oakland Faculty club Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
50px University Public Safety Building 2006 2006 Strada, LLC Oakland Security
VandeGraaffBuilding.jpg Van de Graaff Building 1964 1964 Oakland Physics
VictoriaBuildingPitt.jpg Victoria Building 1977 1977 Deeter, Ritchey, and Sippel Oakland Nursing
40px William Pitt Union 1898 1956 Rutan & Russell Beaux-Arts Oakland Student center Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District
Pennsylvania State Historical Designation
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark

Table of former Pitt-owned buildings in Pittsburgh

The following table lists buildings that were owned and utilized by the university but have subsequently been either sold or demolished.

Image Building Constructed/
acquired
Demolished
or sold
Architect Style Location Usage Designations Replaced by
50px 118 Craft Avenue 1930/1996[41] 2014[42] Oakland Residential/rental empty lot
Automotive-Highway Laboratory 1919[43] Demo: Oakland Automotive and highway materials laboratories
Heinz House 1919[44] Demo: Oakland Women's social hall, Dean of Women's offices none
Pittupper1942.jpg Mineral Industries Building 1912 Demo: 1998[45] Henry Hornbostel Greek Revival Oakland School of Dental Medicine/ Engineering and other various departments none
Oak Manor  ?
acquired 1921
Demo: 1930[46] Oakland Faculty club UPMC Presbyterian
Pittupper1942.jpg Pennsylvania Hall 1910-11 Demo: 1998[47] Henry Hornbostel Greek Revival Oakland School of Medicine/ various departments Pennsylvania Hall
40px State Hall 1908-1910 Demo: 1971[48] Henry Hornbostel Greek Revival Oakland Administration, engineering, classrooms, library Chevron Science Center
50px Pitt Stadium 1925 Demo: 1999 W. S. Hindman Greek Revival Oakland Athletic stadium Petersen Events Center
Trees Gymnasium 1912[43] Demo: Greek Revival Oakland Gymnasium VA Hospital, University Drive
30px University Place Office Building 1924 Demo: 2011[49] Edward B. Lee and associate architect J. B. Blair Renaissance revival Oakland University Center for Social and Urban Research Contributing Property to the Schenley Farms National Historic District Nordenberg Hall

UPMC

The flagship of UPMC's hospital network is centered in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh within, and adjacent to, the campus of the University of Pittsburgh. Many university departments, institutes and programs are housed within UPMC facilities and vice versa. The administrative headquarters of UPMC are moving into the top floors of the U.S. Steel Tower in downtown Pittsburgh. In Pennsylvania, UPMC also owns and operates facilities outside Pittsburgh including hospitals in Aspinwall (UPMC St. Margaret), Bedford (UPMC Bedford), Braddock (UPMC Braddock), Cranberry (UPMC Passavant - Cranberry Campus), Greenville (UPMC Horizon: Greenville), McCandless (UPMC Passavant - McCandless campus), (UPMC McKeesport), Seneca (UPMC Northwest), and Farrell (UPMC Horizon: Shenango Valley), as well as operating ISMETT, located in Palermo, Sicily. UPMC also owns and operates a variety of other facilities inside Pennsylvania including cancer centers (also internationally in Ireland and the United Kingdom), retirement and long-term care facilities, and community and medical and surgical facilities.

Table of UPMC-owned buildings in Pittsburgh

The sortable table below has its included buildings initially listed alphabetically.

Image Building Constructed Architect Style Location Usage Designations
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.JPG Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC (Abandoned Oakland building) 1927, + York & Sawyer with collaboration from Edward Purcell Mellon Oakland Hospital
50px Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC 2003–2009 Astorino Lawrenceville Hospital
research
Clinical Labs Building Oakland Laboratories[50]
Fifth Avenue Rental Property Oakland Office
50px Forbes Tower 1996 Tasso Katselas Associates Oakland Mixed academic
office
Ford Motor Building 1915 John Graham Shadyside Research
Hill Building Oakland Office and laboratories
50px Hillman Cancer Center 1999–2002 IKM Shadyside Cancer center 2003 Circle of Design Excellence Award
Western PA Golden Trowel Award, 2003
50px Iroquois Building 1901–1903 Frederick Osterling Oakland Office
30px Kaufmann Medical Building 1950 Oakland Clinic
50px Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC 1915, + Thorsten Bilquist Oakland Hospital
Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC Administrative Offices 1930 The McCormick Co. Oakland Offices former Isaly's Dairy building
Magee-Womens Research Institute Oakland Research
Merex Building Oakland Office
50px Medical Arts Building 1932 Maximilian Nirdlinger [2] Art Deco Oakland Office
Oakland House Oakland Office
35px UPMC Eye & Ear Institute Edward Purcell Mellon Oakland Hospital
50px UPMC Mercy 1918, 1972 MacLachlan, Cornelius & Filoni Architects, Inc. Bluff Hospital
30px UPMC Montefiore 1927 Schmidt, Garden & Erikson with collaboration from Henry Hornbostel Oakland Hospital
50px UPMC Presbyterian 1930-38 York & Sawyer, with Edward Purcell Mellon Oakland Hospital
30px UPMC Shadyside Shadyside Hospital
UPMC Shadyside - Shadyside Place Shadyside
Professional Building Oakland Office
50px UPMC South Side South Side Hospital
50px UPMC Sports Performance Complex 1999–2000 Astorino South Side Specialty clinic Commercial Project of the Year - Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania
Honored as a Top Project in the Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Region

See also

  • Oakland - the neighborhood of the main Pitt campus
  • Schenley Farms Historic District - the historic district in Oakland which the main campus is located. Many other historic buildings in this district are scattered among the Pitt campus and are utilized for various school functions.

Notes

  1. Ownership was confirmed by the Allegheny County Assessment on-line real-estate database. Because state funding has been used to finance some of the University's capital projects, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is sometimes listed as the holder of the deed to some University of Pittsburgh properties although they are controlled and operated by the University. Buildings leased, but no owned, by Pitt or UPMC are not included in the tables.
  2. The Carrillo Street Steam Plant is jointly owned by the University of Pittsburgh (78.1% interest) and UPMC (21.9% interest).[11]
  3. Since 1949, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) has been operated by the university's school of medicine under special arrangement from the state and all land, structures (Thomas Detre Hall), and equipment is leased to Pitt from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for $1 per year. Since 1992, Pitt has in turn subleased WPIC to UPMC with UPMC maintaining clinical operations and Pitt therein housing its School of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry.[11]

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External links

* Allegheny County Assessment Real Estate Search