Broudy Printing –  Pittsburgh's Best Printing, Mailing & Fulfillment

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Corporate Info
221 Auburn Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Phone: (412) 362-6700
FAX: (412) 362-7788

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Email: info@broudyprinting.com
Phone: (412) 362-6700 ext. 817
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Directions

We have tried to list directions from each major access route to our plant. Please let us know if there is any way we can improve upon their clarity:

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Note: If you use Mapquest or GPS for directions you will have to enter Auburn St. and Paulson Ave.

Directions from Airport
Take Parkway West (279) towards Pittsburgh. Go through the Fort Pitt Tunnel, cross the Fort Pitt Bridge, taking the left lane to cross the Fort Duquesne Bridge. Take the right exit to 28 North via 279. Follow 28 North to the Highland Park Bridge. Get in the left lane on the bridge. Follow signs for Washington Boulevard (8 South). Take Washington Boulevard to the second light and turn right onto Negley Run Boulevard. At first light, turn left onto East Liberty Boulevard. At next light turn left onto Larimer Avenue. Go to stop sign (1 block) and make a right onto Auburn Street. Broudy is on the left side about halfway up the block the main door has the silver awning.
Directions from the West (McKees Rocks)
Cross the McKees Rocks Bridge. Turn right off bridge onto Ohio River Boulevard (65). Ohio River Boulevard (65) becomes I-279. Take 28 North exit. Stay on 28 north and look for exit # 6 (Highland Park Bridge) get in the left lane on the bridge. Follow signs for Washington Boulevard. Bear to the right onto Washington Boulevard at the second light turn right onto Negley Run Boulevard. At the first light East Liberty Boulevard turn left. At the next light turn left onto Larimer Avenue. Make first right at stop sign onto Auburn Street. Broudy is on the left side about halfway up the block the main door has the silver awning.
Directions for Fifth Avenue (Oakland, Shadyside)
Take Fifth Avenue traveling away from Pitt Campus towards the East End. Make a left onto Penn Avenue (towards East Liberty). At first light turn right onto East Liberty Boulevard. At second light, turn right onto Frankstown Avenue followed by a quick left onto Paulson Street (Broudy sign on fence). At stop sign turn right onto Auburn Street. Broudy (with the silver awning at the main door) is on the left side of the street.
Directions from Downtown via Liberty Avenue
Take Bigelow Boulevard, (Route 380) east from Downtown. At second light, get in left lane. At third light bear left. At fourth light turn left onto Baum Blvd. Follow Baum until it runs into Penn Circle. There is a Pizza Hut on far left. Turn right onto Penn Circle. Stay on Penn Circle for four lights. Turn right at the fifth light onto Broad Street. Stay on Broad Street for two lights. You will pass the U.S. Post Office on the right. At the second light, go straight through the intersection of East Liberty Boulevard. Make a quick left onto Paulson Street (Broudy sign on fence). At stop sign turn right onto Auburn Street. Broudy (with the silver awning at the main door) is on the left side of the street
Directions from Downtown via Bigelow Boulevard
Take Liberty Avenue through Bloomfield to Centre Avenue. Make a left onto Centre Avenue and go through three lights go straight on Penn Circle and continue straight on Penn Circle. At the third light, bear right on Penn Avenue. At the third light on Penn Avenue turn left onto East Liberty Boulevard. At second light, turn right onto Frankstown Avenue, followed by an immediate left onto Paulson Street (Broudy sign on fence). At stop sign turn right onto Auburn Street. Broudy (with the silver awning at the main door) is on the left side of the street.
About Broudy Printing Inc.

For 50 years, Pittsburgh-based, Broudy Printing, has been a one-stop shop for printing, mailing, direct mail, marketing collateral, variable data printing and more.

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