Category Archives: West Central Neighborhood

St. John Lutheran Church to Host Fort Wayne Development Update

St. John Lutheran Church is hosting a “West End Neighborhood” presentation.   A representative from Greater Fort Wayne, Inc. will talk about the many exciting development plans that have occurred and continue to occur downtown and in surrounding neighborhoods.

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General Electric Campus to Become an “Innovation District”

On Monday, February 13th, a long-awaited announcement regarding the fate of the GE Campus was made:  an announcement that has the ability to transform West Central and the areas to its south. Cross Street Partners, LLC. has undertaken the enormous … Continue reading

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West Central on the Move!

West Central is seeing unprecedented growth!  Houses are being purchased and apartments rented by those who have a desire to live an urban lifestyle that is replete with  history and cultural and social amenities.  Restorations and renovations are happening constantly. … Continue reading

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West Central Home and Garden Tour – New Website for All Information on Our Tour & ArtsFest

Visit our new Tour & ArtsFest site for all the information you need to visit our West Central Neighborhood. Enjoy a day of relaxation: tours of beautiful, historic houses, free carriage and pedicab rides, a free Artsfest with over 50 … Continue reading

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Public Forums Offer Opportunity to Provide Input on Future of General Electric Campus

The General Electric Campus Coalition has been working diligently for almost a year to bring together ideas and visions to save and adaptively reuse the 32-acre site located in the heart of West Central. The Campus still has 12 standing … Continue reading

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