Pittsburgh Riverfronts

Station Square


Photo by Dave DiCello. Used with permission.

Station Square is an entertainment and retail complex situated on the banks of the Monongahela River across from downtown Pittsburgh. The former Pennsylvania & Lake Erie Railroad terminal was converted to Station Square in the 1990s with additional riverfront amenities added in the 2000s. Pittsburgh’s famous Gateway Clipper Fleet departs from its docks at Station Square, and the Three Rivers Heritage Trail runs adjacent to the railroad tracks next to the terminal buildings.

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Station Square is owned and operated by Forest City Enterprises.

Visit the Station Square website.

For information about boat sightseeing tours departing from Station Square, please visit the Gateway Clipper Fleet website.


The former Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Complex on the southern bank of the Monongahela River was redeveloped into an indoor/outdoor retail and entertainment complex called Station Square in the mid-1990s by Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation and Forest City Enterprises.  A riverfront court with fountains was added in 2002 and public pay-as-you-go marina with a pedestrian bridge was added in 2005.