One of the most striking sights along the Pittsburgh skyline is the more than 200 glass spires that rise up from PPG Place, a neo-gothic complex designed by Philip Johnson — the first winner of the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize — and John Burgee. Completed in 1984, the complex consists of six buildings spanning three city blocks in downtown Pittsburgh — one of which is home to Industrious PPG Place. Right outside lie the shops and restaurants of the city’s historic Market Square, while inside members can enjoy panoramic views of Pittsburgh, the year-round Wintergarden, and the complex’s own bevy of shops and restaurants.

Plants, earth tones, and natural materials like cane can be found throughout Industrious PPG Place.
Floor-to-ceiling windows fill private offices and suites with soft, natural light.
Common areas give members casual places to hold a quick meeting or take a break.
A comfortable corner to take a break in.
Members can book conference rooms in a variety of sizes.