Published Friday, February 8, 2019
Plans for a new Amazon Delivery Center in South Bend aren’t the first major growth in the region’s logistics sector, and won’t be the last according to local developers and industry experts.
The focus of that growth has come in areas immediately adjacent to the intersection of the Indiana Toll Road and U.S. 31, a confluence of traffic more»
Published Thursday, February 7, 2019
Could online retail giant Amazon be coming to South Bend?
A document filed recently with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, and others filed with the South Bend Building Department, suggest an Amazon Delivery Center may indeed end up near the airport, on the city’s northwest side.
The state document says the Amazon Delivery Center would be more»
Published Wednesday, February 6, 2019
A 2005 Holladay Properties' rendering of the proposed Ameriplex at Portage Prairie development showed 600 acres of land planned for residential, retail, commercial, medical services, research and development, light industrial and office use. While the goal of "mixed-use" didn't quite come to fruition for the development along Adams Road and the east side of more»
Published Friday, February 1, 2019
The Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon in 2018 registered the greatest volume of cargo through the port since it opened in 1976, handling 9.6 million tons of products - a 41% increase over shipments in 2017 - and stamped it into the record books for its unmatched shipping volumes.
The Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon, one of the largest inland ports in the country, more»
Published Wednesday, January 30, 2019
As reported in INside Indiana Business, a website focusing on adult communities has included two Indiana cities, South Bend and Indianapolis, in its list of the "20 Most Affordable Places to Retire in 2019." The list from 55places.com was determined by measuring a variety of criteria such as overall cost of living, median home prices, and local healthcare more»
Published Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Last April, Governor Eric Holcomb submitted nominations to the U.S. Department of Treasury for seven Census tracts in St Joseph County to be classified as opportunity zones. These tracts include areas on South Bend's south, southwest and east sides, as well as sections of the Ardmore Neighborhood and central Mishawaka. All seven of the zones were approved.
Published Wednesday, January 2, 2019
The Board of Directors from both the Four Flags Area Chamber of Commerce (FFACOC) and the Southwestern Michigan Economic Growth Alliance (SMEGA) have announced the completion of the merger of the two organizations. The new organization will be known as the Greater Niles Chamber of Commerce (Chamber), effective January 1, 2019. Over the past year, the two more»
Published Monday, December 17, 2018
A vision for a 10-story building in the city's East Bank neighborhood took a step closer to being realized Monday with the groundbreaking of 300 E. LaSalle, a mixed-use apartment, office and retail building from Matthews LLC.
David Matthews, developer and founder of Matthews LLC, called Monday's groundbreaking "the home stretch of a mission we set out a more»