Celebrate 28 years of Bridgeway igniting economic growth in low-income communities.
Our 28th Annual EventLearn More
Helping entrepreneurs and real estate developers build the path to community revitalization.Learn More
Where We Work
We ignite economic growth across western Pennsylvania.
707 Grant St.,
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
1001 State Street,
Erie, PA 16501
2 West Main Street,
Uniontown, PA 15401
7800 Susquehanna Street
Transforming an abandoned factory into a beacon of opportunity for Homewood.Watch Video
Peach Street - Erie, PA
Reconnecting businesses and communities left behind to the mainstream economy.Watch Video
Monmade and Community Land Trust Homes
Local products for local real estate development projects.Watch Video
My Three Sons Vending
Helping businesses build healthier communities.Watch Video
Helping creative businesses power community development.Watch Video
Bridgeway Capital has received a grant of $1.75 million to invest in small businesses in Western Pennsylvania. The funds were awarded by the U.S. Treasury Department’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund. Of the total, $1 million is targeted for loans to black-owned businesses that have barriers to obtaining financing; and $750,000 is for enterprises that aim to increase access to healthy foods in communities lacking fresh grocery options.
Located at 7800 Susquehanna St., the maker and manufacturing movement based in Homewood brought together a group of individuals and programs that are not just amazing for Pittsburgh, but nationally pretty impressive, Wallace says.
Beaver County native Ian Rosenberger is turning garbage into jobs for local residents at 7800 Susquehanna Street - an old Westinghouse factory in Homewood - one of Pittsburgh’s poorest neighborhoods.
For the past 28 years, Bridgeway Capital has ignited inclusive economic growth across western Pennsylvania. We invite you to celebrate our 28th Anniversary on October 24th at the August Wilson …