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Ground Broken for $22M Mixed-Use Project Adjacent to Four Winds Field

Published Wednesday, March 22, 2017
South Bend's Renaissance District is having its own Renaissance. At least 130 new apartments will be opening there next spring. The Renaissance District is by the old Studebaker factory and Four Winds Field. It will be the first time this neighborhood has had a residential development in over 50 years. "This will be one of the shortest stretches from
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Notre Dame & City of South Bend Partner on Wireless Research Project

Published Tuesday, March 21, 2017
The City of South Bend (CoSB) and the Notre Dame Wireless Institute (NDWI) are working towards a city-scale testbed platform for cutting edge wireless research. This testbed is called ‘SBXG - Platform for Advanced Wireless Research’ and will establish South Bend and the Wireless Institute as a global leader for wireless technology research and
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Notre Dame & City of South Bend Partner on Wireless Research Project

Published Tuesday, March 21, 2017
The City of South Bend (CoSB) and the Notre Dame Wireless Institute (NDWI) are working towards a city-scale testbed platform for cutting edge wireless research. This testbed is called ‘SBXG - Platform for Advanced Wireless Research’ and will establish South Bend and the Wireless Institute as a global leader for wireless technology research and
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South Bend Cubs to Enhance Fan Experience with $22M Project

Published Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Ground will be broken next week on a 120-unit apartment complex beyond the home run fence of the city’s minor league baseball stadium. The $22 million project will provide South Bend baseball fans with a Wrigley roof-top type experience. “We’re going to have a 15,000 square foot entertainment complex on top of building number one, four
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Upscale Housing Coming to Downtown Mishawaka

Published Monday, March 13, 2017
Two new apartment projects are beginning to test the market for upscale housing in the heart of the city, with promising early results. Work is nearly complete on The LaSalle, a 67-unit apartment project in the former LaSalle Hotel, and Studebaker Lofts, a 52-unit project in the former JMS Building. Meanwhile, people already are moving into the two
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Downtown South Bend Housing Boom & Early Occupany is Good

Published Sunday, March 12, 2017
Two new apartment projects are beginning to test the market for upscale housing in the heart of the city, with promising early results. Work is nearly complete on The LaSalle, a 67-unit apartment project in the former LaSalle Hotel, and Studebaker Lofts, a 52-unit project in the former JMS Building. Meanwhile, people already are moving into the two
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Governor Holcomb Provides Mid-Session Status Update on Next Level Agenda

Published Friday, March 3, 2017
At a South Bend Regional Chamber of Commerce Luncheon Friday, in front of a capacity crowd of 270 people, Governor Eric J. Holcomb provided a progress report on his Next-Level Legislative Agenda at the halfway point of the 2017 legislative session. “I am encouraged by the collaboration and shared focus we’ve seen so far in this legislative
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Road Funding, South Shore Hot Topics at Third House

Published Friday, February 24, 2017
New details on plans to fund improvements to the South Shore railroad. Some local lawmakers are pushing that agenda in the General Assembly right now. They talked about those plans at a South Bend Regional Chamber of Commerce meeting Friday (Feb. 24). South Shore officials have asked for $145-million from the state's budget to help fund a double-tracking
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