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“The Wedge” project developer announced

Today, the City of Fort Wayne’s Community Development Division announced that a developer familiar with Fort Wayne will invest in another private development project next to Promenade Park in the area known as the wedge.

Additional parking lot at 301 West Superior Street

The City of Fort Wayne’s Community Development Division announced today that an additional public parking lot is now open near Promenade Park.

Headwaters Junction announces Phase I

Headwaters Junction Inc. has begun Phase I of its development efforts at 1010 Cass Street just north of Promenade Park.

Agendas: City Council tonight – 5/11/2021

The Fort Wayne City Council meets this evening at 5:30 pm in both Committee and Regular Sessions at Citizens Square.

North River MOU details

The North River MOU lays out guidelines and the agreement between City of Fort Wayne and the developer of the project first referenced by Mayor Tom Henry in his annual State of the City address earlier this year.

City provides updates on downtown development projects

The City of Fort Wayne today highlighted continued progress with current downtown development projects and shared the challenges the City is faced with when additional projects are proposed.

Promenade Park to be on national TV

Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation and Riverfront Fort Wayne are excited to share even more positive results of collaboration with local youth leader Sammie Vance.
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry

2021 highlights: State of the City address #14

Today, Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry delivered his 14th State of the City address with a theme of “Fort Wayne – It’s Our Time.”

Parking lot east of Promenade Park to close

The parking lot at Superior and Harrison Streets will be closed on February 8, 2021, in preparation for the construction of The Riverfront at Promenade Park.
City of Fort Wayne

City seeks control of the food and beverage tax

The City of Fort Wayne wants to obtain local control of the state legislature's food and beverage tax to allow for an additional penny to be collected.