123 University PlacePittsburgh
, PA 15260
Neighborhood: North Oakland
The University Club is a full service Conference Center and Banquet Facility owned by the University of Pittsburgh. The club has re-opened in the historic building which housed the private club since 1923. The grand lobby and curved staircase have been restored, as well as the award winning architecture and design. The restoration, combined with 21st Century renovations, result in a unique facility that is sure to become a premier destination for events in Pittsburgh. Now open to the public, the club offers elegant settings for wedding receptions and special events. A rooftop terrace offers a unique location for events with expansive views of Oakland. With 2 ballrooms and 7 meeting rooms, the University Club can accommodate a formal gala, a small meeting, conference with breakout sessions or a lecture. The facility offers state of the art meeting capabilities, including drop down screens, blackout capabilities and audio/visual equipment. Regardless of the type of event you are looking to host, the University Club can provide the ideal setting.
The University Club At The University Of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
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|"University Club, PIttsburgh PA - great for events!", An Eventective User from Pittsburgh, PA|
|I have participated in the arrangement of several events at the University Club in Pittsburgh, PA. The staff is very helpful and efficient and the process for making the arrangements is very easy.|
The venue is beautiful and the layout is efficient. The events that I've worked on were business meetings and the many different rooms made it easy to orchestrate an entire day of events of varying sizes.
The venue is also directly across the street from a parking garage - making it an easily accessible place in the parking-challenged neighborhood of Pittsburgh.
My only complaint is that during each experience the temperature was freezing!