Monmade facilitated the development of custom wayfinding and offered furniture for 7800 Susquehanna, an abandoned factory turned a hub for manufacturing, makers, small businesses, non-profits, and job training located in Pittsburgh’s Homewood neighborhood. Supporting the mission of 7800 Susquehanna’s developer, Bridgeway Capital, the product opportunities at its facility, including the Sarah B. Campbell Enterprise Center, kept the economic activity of the development in the region to support job creation and business growth.
Modesto Studios · Urban Tree
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