The 2,100-square-foot business resource center is located on the first floor of 7800 Susquehanna Street.

Bridgeway will offer business accelerator services and the space is available to reserve for business meetings. We invite 7800 tenants, small businesses and community leaders to use the Enterprise Center to support and strengthen their activities.

The Sarah B. Campbell Enterprise Center will be open by appointment. Bridgeway Capital’s Business Education, Craft Business Accelerator and Lending teams will be available to connect entrepreneurs with educational opportunities and funding solutions. The Enterprise Center will also available to reserve for business meetings.

To make an appointment or reserve space, contact Bridgeway Capital
at 412-201-2450 or visit

Sarah B. Campbell

Sarah B. Campbell (1922 – 2018) was a life-long champion for racial justice and social change. She was a model of integrity and dedication. Her Homewood neighborhood remembers Mrs. Campbell’s 60 years of perseverance and hard work. Mrs. Campbell served on many boards and committees. She served on the Board of Directors and as Chairperson of the Board of Bridgeway Capital, the developer of 7800 Susquehanna Street.

Mrs. Campbell guided Bridgeway to make a difference in low-income communities and open doors for entrepreneurs. Her leadership and commitment to the people and places of Homewood and Pittsburgh inspired the creation of this enterprise center to build entrepreneurial skills and resources for the greatest community benefit. The Sarah B. Campbell Enterprise Center is dedicated to her legacy.


Bridgeway sourced many of the furnishings and fixtures for the Sarah B. Campbell Enterprise Center from regional makers.

Bridgeway’s Craft Business Accelerator (CBA) worked with regional makers, small manufacturers, and tenants at 7800 to make unique custom designs for the Enterprise Center. These opportunities keep the economic activity of developments in the region to support job creation and business growth.

Ramone Patterson of KMJ Metal Works created a trio of laser cut wall panels for the Enterprise Center, and has been featured in other CBA projects and programs. 

Regional Makers that contributed to the Enterprise Center

Atiya Jones | Screen Prints
Armina Stone | Counter Tops & Window Sills
Black Cherry Design | Interior Design Services
Braddock Tiles | Kitchenette Tile Back Splash
Camman Lighting | Various Lighting Products
Fresh Tech | Audio Visual Equipment


Gavin Benjamin | Photographs
KMJ Metal Works | Laser Cut Wall Panels
Modesto Studio | Wayfinding Signage
Protohaven | Switch Plates and Cork Panels
National Forest Products | Cabinets
Nello Construction Company | Contractor


Roost Design Build | Coffee Table
Savannah Hayes | Wall Paper
Stak Ceramics | Ceramic Wall Discs
Temper and Grit | Metal Work for Furnishings
Urban Tree | Wood Table Tops for Furnishings