Entries by Kevin Erb

Recruiting firm joining Electric Works campus

Spherion Staffing, a locally owned office of the national staffing firm, is celebrating its 10th anniversary by making a commitment to be a part of the Electric Works campus, making it one of a dozen businesses and organizations to join the project.with the agreement. It plans to relocate to a larger space at Electric Works from […]

Electric Works names leasing partners

RTM Ventures has selected the Indianapolis office of global commercial real estate services firm JLL as its national leasing partner, effective immediately. In addition, RTM has selected Fort Wayne-based The Zacher Company as its local / regional leasing partner. The JLL and Zacher leasing teams will include real estate experts dedicated to identifying and engaging […]

Electric Works adds Three Rivers Music Theatre as future tenant

Three Rivers Music Theatre has signed a letter of intent to lease space at Electric Works. The organization, founded in 2016, is expanding operations to include rehearsal, performance and education spaces. The community group’s Triple Threat Performance Arts Academy provides arts education programs to hundreds of students each year. Source: Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Agreement in place for Electric Works

Plans for the $440 million Electric Works project in Fort Wayne have taken a significant step forward. Mayor Tom Henry and RTM Ventures have announced the city and development team have agreed on an economic development agreement that includes $62 million in local public funding. Read more: Inside Indiana Business

Community Forum – presentation

For those of you who were unable to join us for our May 29 Community Forum – and for those who did join us – you can view the project update we provided here: Community Forum Updates.

Metaphor for our future

“It tells the state and private investors that we don’t value our community enough to invest in ourselves. The old GE site cannot sit as it is. The choice is to let the buildings and our future deteriorate or to renovate and build our future.” Guest column in the May 30 Fort Wayne Journal Gazette […]