Directions to WPC's Pittsburgh Office



From Downtown Pittsburgh

Go across the 9th Street Bridge, away from Downtown Pittsburgh
Turn Right on West General Robinson Street
Bear right immediately onto River Avenue
Turn Right at light onto Waterfront Drive (this light is three car-lengths from light at 31st St. Bridge)
Go to bottom of street – make Left on Waterfront Drive – 800 is 1st building on right.

From Pittsburgh using the north end of the 31st Street Bridge

Go across 9th Street Bridge
Make Right on West General Robinson St – Merge onto Rt 28N
Make Right on 31st St Bridge
Make quick Right onto River Ave then left onto the 31st St Bridge
Go to bottom of street – make left on Waterfront Drive – 800 is first building on right.

From the US Steel Building, near where Bigelow Blvd. welcomes Grant Street

1: Start out going NORTHEAST on GRANT ST toward STRAWBERRY WAY. 0.2 miles
2: GRANT ST becomes LIBERTY AVE. 0.4 miles
3: Turn LEFT onto 16TH ST. <0.1 miles
4: 16TH ST becomes 16TH ST BRIDGE. 0.4 miles
5: 16TH ST BRIDGE becomes CHESTNUT ST. <0.1 miles
6: Turn RIGHT onto N CANAL ST. <0.1 miles
7: Turn RIGHT onto HEINZ ST. 0.1 miles
8: Turn LEFT onto RIVER AVE. 0.9 miles
9: Turn RIGHT onto 30TH ST BRIDGE. <0.1 miles
10: 30TH ST BRIDGE becomes WATERFRONT DR. 0.1 miles
11: End at 800 Waterfront Dr, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4718

From Pittsburgh International Airport

Head north on Airport Boulevard
Continue straight onto Airport Boulevard
Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-376 E/I-79 Pittsburgh Turnpike E and merge onto I-376 E
Continue on I-279 N
Take exit 1D toward Pennsylvania 28N/Chestnut Street/East Ohio Street/Etna
Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Chestnut Street
Turn right onto Chestnut Street
Turn left onto Progress Street
Take the 2nd right onto Heinz Street
Take the 1st left onto River Avenue
Turn right onto 30th Street Bridge
Slight left onto Waterfront Drive


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