PNC Park, home to the MLB's Pittsburgh Pirates, is a 40,000-seat stadium on a tight Pittsburgh site on the banks of the Allegheny river. The new stadium was necessary following the controlled implosion of their previous ballpark, Three Rivers Stadium, in early 2001.
- The stadium features two main concourses, a suite and a club level with a four-story administration building and a two-story entertainment and scoreboard building in the outfield, as well as a promenade and players parking near the river.
- Special features include two spiral pedestrian ramps, four circulation towers, five single mast 100-foot-tall light standards, press level at the upper deck, sunscreen, and an arcade.
- The stadium was completed in just 24 months.