Road to One Million

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The Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority voted Tuesday to support seven projects using Regional Cities Initiative funding as part of the Road to One Million plan.


The Northeast Indiana Regional Development Authority, or RDA, announced today The Landing project in downtown Fort Wayne will receive tax credits, along with Regional Cities Initiative money, to help fund the $34.5 million project. The Landing is part of the Road to One Million, which aims to increase Northeast Indiana’s population.

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The Regional Development Authority approved Regional Cities Initiative funding for two projects on Tuesday. The Embassy Theatre and the Dekalb County YMCA could receive grant money, but the Indiana Economic Development Corporation has it approve it first.

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Northeast Indiana was awarded $42 million last December for its Road to One Million project, which aims to grow the region’s population to one million by 2031.

Food Network Leader Wants To Keep Food Local

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Northeast Indiana produces $1.4 billion of food products each year, but imports $1.9 billion from outside the area.

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It’s been more than a year since Hanning and Bean removed itself from the residential development project in downtown Fort Wayne. 

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Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry announced Tuesday a proposal to create a Quimby Village Tax Increment Finance district. The proposed TIF district would help revitalize infrastructure and buildings like the Clyde Theatre.