PNC Park is rooted in the architectural traditions of downtown Pittsburgh. As a major civic building and a work of considerable engineering challenges, the ballpark speaks to both the urban fabric of downtown Pittsburgh as well as the infrastructure of the city’s many dramatic bridges. Ample sidewalks and strategically-located urban plazas encourage community interaction. Even on non-game days, the facility serves year-round as a gathering place, attracting visitors to stroll its riverfront concourses and to browse its specialty stores and restaurant.
- 2002 People’s Choice Award | AIA Pittsburgh
- 2001 Ballpark of the Year | BaseballParks.com