Imagine this incredible Downtown experience. You enter the lower elevator station on the Seventh Avenue side of the U.S. Steel Tower. As you rise up the side of the building in a glass elevator, the cityscape expands to ever-longer perspectives up the Allegheny River. As magnificent as these vistas are, they’re a mere prelude to the scenic wonderland at the top.
Welcome to High Point Pittsburgh!
A glass atrium encloses the building’s entire 1-acre rooftop, creating 60,000 square feet of interior space on two levels and a glass-walled, open-air promenade at the very top.
High Point Pittsburgh’s heart is Stage HP, a spacious center area and performance venue. The main floor also features the Gallery of Interactive Arts; the New Top of the Triangle restaurant; Pie-in-the-Sky cafe; and The High Bar, the city’s loftiest watering hole. “Viewseums,” expansive garden areas in each corner of the triangular structure, are places to ponder the amazing vistas. Glass-floored sections look down 850 feet to the streets below.
Click this link to be taken to the project website: http://highpointpark.org/the-investigation