Feature: North Side Christian Health Center

Read about how the North Side Christian Health Center is providing quality care to residents.  CLICK HERE, or watch the video below.

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Opportunities for
Business Owners

Learn more about educational opportunities and
resources available to help improve your business!

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Feature: The Trade Institute of Pittsburgh

Wilkinsburg-based trade school provides training and employment opportunities.   

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504 Loans Lead to Expansion, Job Growth

Bridgeway Capital helps qualified borrowers finance real estate and equipment purchases.

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Welcome to Bridgeway Capital

Bridgeway Capital works with companies and nonprofits in western Pennsylvania that have a strong, positive economic and social impact — igniting growth, stirring healthy competition, creating job opportunities, and strengthening communities.

Under Construction!

We're creating a more customer-centric website in the next few months, and the target launch date is Oct. 29, 2015. Until then, the content on this current website may not always be as up-to-date as possible. A lot of great things are still happening for Bridgeway and our customers. We will be using our social media platforms to share them with you until the new website is live. See below for the most pertinent updates. Thank you again for your patience!

Destination Hilltop

If you are a real estate professional looking to understand the many untapped opportunities in the Mt. Washington and Allentown neighborhoods, then we invite you to participate in Destination Hilltop. The Hilltop Alliance, Mount Washington Community Development Corporation (CDC), and Bridgeway Capital are teaming up to create an event where the unique qualities of the Mt. Washington and Allentown real estate market can be explored. This event is free and open to the public. It takes place on Thursday, September 17 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the The Lofts of Mt. Washington on 200 Cowan Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15211. Click here to RSVP.

7800 Susquehanna Street

In 2014, the nonprofit lender expanded its economic revitalization strategy by purchasing 7800 Susquehanna Street with the support of the Richard King Mellon Foundation. The goal is to re-purpose the former industrial building into a platform for economic renewal in the neighborhood of Homewood. Mark Peterson, Bridgeway’s President and CEO, said that “the building represents a major opportunity to improve business conditions in one of the region’s most challenging markets.” Click here to learn more about 7800 Susquehanna Street.