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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
Erie, Pennsylvania – November 14, 2018 – Bridgeway Capital announces that James “Jimmy” Jackson has been selected as the Director of Bridgeway Capital’s office in Erie, PA. Jimmy Jackson comes to Bridgeway from Marquette Savings’ Business Banking division, where he held the position of Assistant Vice President, Business Banking, having extensive experience with business development, relationship management and credit support.
Jimmy Jackson will lead Bridgeway’s efforts in Erie to provide flexible capital to ignite small business growth, develop communities, increase access to healthy foods, and expand social services. Since opening its Erie office in 2012, Bridgeway has invested $20.5 million in people and places in Northwestern Pennsylvania that cannot access mainstream sources of finance.
Investors and community groups around the Pittsburgh region and country are eagerly awaiting guidelines and regulations for the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ) program.
The QOZ program was added as a provision on the controversial tax reform bill passed by Congress last year. Under the program, investors would be able to avoid taxes on capital gains by investing those gains into Qualified Opportunity Zones.
There’s no bridge or street in Homewood named for Sarah Bradford Campbell, but there probably should be.
For decades, Mrs. Campbell was a champion for racial justice and social change, who bolstered her hardscrabble neighborhood and its residents through decades of perseverance and hard work -- much of it unpaid. At least, in dollars.
On Oct. 17, a new experimental store specializing in artisanal furniture and homeware will open in Downtown Pittsburgh. The store is PG&H, and it’s the latest push to bring retail back to downtown Pittsburgh.
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 …