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Development team set for $50M Fort Wayne project

(rendering courtesy of the city of Fort Wayne)

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — The city of Fort Wayne has selected a development team for a $50 million mixed-use development. Indianapolis-based House Investments will partner with MKM Architecture and construction firm Michael Kinder & Sons in Fort Wayne for Village Premier, which will include residential and commercial space.

The project, a public-private partnership that is expected to be developed over multiple phases, will feature houses and townhomes for sale, as well as senior and income-based housing options. Additional public amenities are planned, though specific details were not provided.

“Making investments in southeast Fort Wayne is critical as we work together to provide opportunities that will have a lasting impact,” said Mayor Henry. “I’m encouraged by the collaboration and commitment to provide residents and neighborhoods with thoughtful and action-oriented plans that will result in more amenities to enjoy, an enhanced quality of life, and more business and job growth.”

A spokesperson for the city says dates for the beginning and completion of construction have not yet been determined.


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