Rending of GE in the future provided by Greater Fort Wayne.

More renderings of the future GE campus

Greater Fort Wayne, Inc. has provided copies of the renderings displayed at this morning's news conference.
Rending of GE in the future provided by Greater Fort Wayne.

Cross Street Partners to redevelop GE Campus

GFW Inc. announced today that Cross Street Partners of Baltimore has been selected to purchase and redevelop the GE Broadway Campus in Fort Wayne.
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Statement from Mayor Tom Henry on GE

The City of Fort Wayne appreciates and supports GE's commitment to moving forward to explore future development opportunities.
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GE to offer its former Broadway site for redevelopment

General Electric Company is pleased to announce that it is offering for sale and potential reuse and redevelopment its former manufacturing site in Fort Wayne.

GE Coalition meets tomorrow

The General Electric Campus Coalition will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, May 11, 2016.

G.E. public input meetings reminder

A reminder about the G.E. Campus Colaition's public input meetings.

Citizen input regarding General Electric campus

The General Electric Campus Coalition will host three public meetings to ask for citizen input regarding the future of the General Electric campus.

Where’s the luminescence?

I'd forgotten about this until a recent conversation - I honestly can't remember who with - reminded me of this. Pictured above is the Lincoln...

General Electric To Stay In The Fort

In case you're like me and didn't hear the news, GE will be leaving its Motor Division, which is headquartered here in Fort Wayne...

Tom Smith and a General Electric Proposal

Talk with City Councilman Tom Smith (1st-D) for any length of time, and inevitably the conversation will work its way to downtown and revitalization....