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New development planned for downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana: The Pearl

Today, the City of Fort Wayne Indiana announced it is partnering with Sweetwater founder Surack Enterprises to redevelop a downtown block adjacent to the former Aunt Millie's bakery and The Bradley boutique hotel.

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.

Final B.F. Goodrich TIF reimbursement made

The Allen County Redevelopment Commission has presented a final payment to the B.F. Goodrich plant in Woodburn for a TIF reimbursement.
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Electric Works extension request alternative

Text of letter sent to various government entities by Jason Arp, Paul Ensley (City Councilmen), and Redevelopment Commissioner Nathan Hartman.

Hampton Inn groundbreaking

Mayor Tom Henry today joined White Lodging officials to break ground on the new Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Fort Wayne Downtown, which will support the Grand Wayne Center and its growing convention business as well as business and leisure travelers looking to be close to downtown amenities.
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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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Redevelopment proposes new riverfront TIF

The Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission is proposing that City Council rescind three TIF districts and create one Riverfront-Columbia TIF district.
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All of Brown’s proposals pass the Senate

Liz Brown, candidate for Indiana's Third Congressional District and Indiana Senator, introduced five bills in the Indiana Senate based on her pro-life and conservative values.
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Developer for major downtown project announced

Mayor Tom Henry today announced Great Lakes Capital will develop the residential component of the major development project in downtown Fort Wayne.
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Mayor Henry announces Pat Roller to retire from City Controller position

Mayor Tom Henry today announced that Pat Roller will retire from her position as City Controller effective December 31.