Arrott Building

Arrott Building located at Fourth Avenue and Wood Street in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1902. This skyscraper and several surrounding financial buildings are part of the Fourth Avenue Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Landmarks in the Area

The Investment Building is a 1927 neo-classical skyscraper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania located at 239 Fourth Avenue and part of the Fourth Avenue Historic District.

The Carlyle is a 300 ft tall skyscraper at Fourth Avenue and Wood Street in .

Benedum–Trees Building located at 223 Fourth Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was built in 1905.

The Commonwealth Building, originally known as the Commonwealth Trust Bank, is a 300 feet tall skyscraper in .

Point Park University is a private liberal arts university in , .

Localities in the Area

Chatham Village is a community within the larger Mount Washington neighborhood of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and an internationally acclaimed model of community design.

Allegheny West is a historic neighborhood in Pittsburgh, 's North Side.

Central Northside is a neighborhood in the North Side of the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, .

Allentown is a neighborhood located in southern , Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

The Hill District is a grouping of historically African American neighborhoods in the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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