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The City of Fort Wayne, through the Office of Housing & Neighborhood Services, is currently investing Federal dollars in the following developments. The investments create affordable housing opportunities for local residents, allowing them to pay rent based on their income.

Bottleworks Lofts
bottleworksThis $14.5 million affordable housing development includes the historic rehabilitation of the former Coca-Cola bottling facility, 1631 E. Pontiac St. The building will house 31 affordable rental units, on-site  management office, community room, business center, media room, fitness center, outdoor shelter and indoor and outdoor playgrounds. The development also includes 19 lease-to-purchase single family homes, each with a detached garage, located throughout the Renaissance Pointe neighborhood. Leasing information can be found online at: https://yournextplacetolive.com/affordable-apartments/bottle-works-lofts/

 

The Landing
LandingThis $32.2 million project includes the historic rehabilitation of seven buildings and the construction of one new building at 111 W. Columbia St. The project includes 70 apartments and 56,000 square feet of commercial and retail space. The new building will replace a building that was built in the 1970s. The Landing Historic District is a local historic district and it is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more information visit:

https://www.thelandingfw.com/ 

 

Posterity Scholar House
Scholar HousePosterity Scholar House is an affordable housing development that serves single parents enrolled full-time in school. Scholar House, located at 4209 Plaza Dr., consists of 44 two- and three-bedroom apartments and will incorporate solar energy and battery storage to reduce energy costs for residents. For more information visit: http://www.joshuashand.org/posterity-heights/posterity-heights-phase-1.php 

 

 

Superior Lofts
superiorloftsThis $9.8 million development, located at 102 W. Superior St., includes the historic restoration of the former Graphic Packaging facility that was built in 1905. The building is being converted into 72 loft-style apartments, 21,000 square feet of commercial space and climate-controlled self-storage units. For more information visit: http://homeatsuperiorlofts.com.

 

 

Vincent Village
2702 Gay StreetThe City’s most recent partnership with non-profit organization Vincent Village includes the rehabilitation of six homes, and the construction of one new home, in the Oxford Neighborhood. Local homeless families will move from area shelters into the homes as they are completed. The families will pay rent based on their incomes. For more information, visit http://vincentvillage.org/