The U.S. Steel Tower, also known as the Steel Building , or USX Tower (1988-2001), is a 64-story skyscraper at 600 Grant Street in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
|U.S. Steel Tower|
|Owner||The 601W Companies|
|Roof||256.34 m (841.0 ft)|
The couple noted that other than those on Mt. Washington, there are no observation decks at the height of the tower’s roof . The last time the general public had access to the view from the Steel Tower was in 2001, when the Top of the Triangle restaurant closed. That space is now offices for UPMC.
It’s a reminder of the importance of mammograms and early detection as well as a way to honor breast cancer victims and survivors.
March 15, 1967
U.S. Steel Tower
A transmission tower or power tower (alternatively electricity pylon or variations) is a tall structure, usually a steel lattice tower , used to support an overhead power line. Transmission towers and their overhead power lines are often considered to be a form of visual pollution.