United Capital Corp. Buys DoubleTree by Hilton in DTSB

Published Wednesday, March 22, 2017
A real estate firm out of New York has agreed to buy the downtown DoubleTree by Hilton. Details of the transaction have not been disclosed, but United Capital Corp. recently applied for transfer of the property’s liquor license from The Hotel Group. The Great Neck, N.Y.-based company, which owns seven hotels in five states, will continue to operate more»

ND & South Bend Partner on Advanced Wireless Research

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 more»

SB Cubs $22M Project to Enhance Experience

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 more»

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 more»

Luxury Apartments Coming to Downtown Mishawaka

Published Sunday, March 12, 2017
Young professionals, millennials and empty-nesters will be the target for the large, 232-unit apartment building that an Indianapolis developer hopes to start building this summer near Beutter Park. These are people who “could afford a big house but want the amenities,” said David Flaherty, CEO of Flaherty & Collins, who recently spoke to more»

Indiana Needs to Continue Advancing to Remain Competitive

Published Wednesday, March 8, 2017
A budget surplus. A balanced budget. A AAA bond rating. One of the top five states in the country for doing business. More people working than at any time in its history. Record new investment. Low unemployment. A national leader for economic growth. Indiana has a lot to be proud of and has become the envy of its peers in the Midwest and across the more»

Notre Dame Opens Silicon Valley Facility

Published Friday, February 24, 2017
The University of Notre Dame opened a facility in Palo Alto, Calif., in early February and held its first classes for the Notre Dame Silicon Valley Semester program there this month, the university announced Friday. The home base for Notre Dame programs in California is intended to support coursework, innovation and collaboration with high-tech firms in more»

Notre Dame Joins Manufacturing Research Consortium

Published Friday, February 24, 2017
Bioengineering researchers at the University of Notre Dame will join a consortium of academia, industry and government organizations and the nonprofit sector to develop new manufacturing processes and technologies for cells, tissues and organs, the university announced Wednesday. The Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute, Manufacturing USA more»