PITTSBURGH POINT MAGAZINE - SHOPPING
Shoppers will find that Pittsburgh offers a lively mix of retail centers, department stores, shopping malls, and neighborhood shopping enclaves. From The Shops at Station Square (once a riverfront train station) to the Arcade Shops at Fifth Avenue Place, and The Shops of One Oxford Centre, shopping opportunities abound.
Pittsburgh International Airport
Class shopping in a state-of-the-art airport location with national and international branded retailers such as Waterstone’s Booksellers, Upper Deck Authenticated, PGA Tour Stop, and many others.
ARCADE SHOPS AT FIFTH AVENUE PLACE
5th Ave. & Liberty Ave.
An elegant European style shopping environment located in the heart of the Golden Triangle where you’ll find Caswell-Massey and The Limited among others for shopping and dining.
200 Monroeville Blvd., Monroeville
Spend a day enjoying yourself in the restaurants, department stores such as Kaufmann’s, Lazarus, J. C. Penney, and the specialty shops of Monroeville Mall.
PARKWAY CENTER MALL
I-279 Parkway West, Green Tree
With many stores to choose from, such as Sports Deli and The Pro Sports Store, the Parkway Center Mall is conveniently located to all Green Tree hotels.
PPG PLACE RETAIL SHOPS
PPG Place at Market Square
Situated in a premiere office complex, the shops at PPG Place offer fine contemporary shopping. Located adjacent to historic Market Square.
THE MALL AT ROBINSON
Parkway West and Highway 60
A state-of-the-art regional mall. This newly opened 1.2 million-square-foot shopping center has Kaufmann’s, J.C. Penney, Sears, and Dick’s Sporting Goods as anchor stores together with close to 120 specialty shops.
THE SHOPS OF ONE OXFORD CENTRE
One Oxford Centre
Located in a glass atrium with several levels of fine shops like Ann Taylor, Venetia’s City Boutique, Kountz & Rider, Emphatics, and many more, plus dining, positioned at the base of the 45-story silver office tower.
THE SHOPS AT STATION SQUARE
412-281-3145 (Special events)
Showcasing merchandise from around the world at shops like St. Brendan’s Crossing, Morini’s, Limited, Express, Heinz Healey’s, Parker’s, Station Square Gallery, and more.
ROSS PARK MALL
McKnight Rd., North Hills
Over 150 specialty shops including Thomas Kinkade Gallery plus J. C. Penney, Kaufmann’s, Lazarus, and Sears.
Walnut Street, Pittsburgh
The Shadyside business area is a unique upscale shopping area. There are 150 shops and restaurants in a five-block area.
SOUTH HILLS VILLAGE
Route 19 South and Fort Couch Road
Anchored by Kaufmann’s and Lazarus department stores. Over 130 stores also includes Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, GAP Kids, GAP Body, Liz Claiborne, and many others. Just seven miles south of Pittsburgh.