Strip District welcomes three new retailers

Strip District welcomes three new retailers
Strip District's new Produce Terminal (Abby Mackey - Tribune-Review/Abby Mackey - Tribune-Review)

PITTSBURGH — Three new retailers will be moving into the Strip District’s Produce Terminal.

Earlier this month, the building’s developer, Chicago-based McCaffery Interests, announced the agreements with the three retailers as the $50 million redevelopment nears its end, according to our partners at the Tribune-Review.

The newest tenants include locally-owned City Grows, a plant and gardening store, OnPar now, a golf instruction and practice facility and Chicago-based District Brew Yards, a brewery collective and pour-your-own beer hall.

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City Grows aims to open its Terminal location by February 2021.

“The Terminal is one of the most exciting projects we have ever worked on,” said Dan McCaffery, CEO of McCaffery Interests, in a statement. “Despite the negative influence of the Covid pandemic, tenant and general public interest in the project has been extremely high. We continue negotiating with a significant number of tenants and the number is increasing every day. Stand by for more announcements soon.”

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