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Fort Wayne gives 6 projects tax credits

The City of Fort Wayne New Markets Revitalization Fund awarded Electric Works $10 million in New Markets Tax Credits allocations.

Support and Endorsements

In addition to overwhelming public support, Electric Works benefits from formal endorsements and / or support from a number of local, regional and state organizations and entities. Those endorsing or publicly supporting Electric Works include:

  • Indiana Economic Development Corporation
  • ARCH, Inc.
  • Upstate Association of REALTORS
  • Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana
  • Greater Fort Wayne, Inc.
  • Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership Governing Board
    • Regional Opportunities Council
    • Mayors’ and Commissioners’ Caucus
    • Local Economic Development Organization (LEDO) Council
    • Emerging Leaders Alliance (ELA)
  • Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette Editorial Board
  • West Central Neighborhood Association
  • Fort Wayne Public Market, Inc.
  • GE Quarter Century Club
  • General Electric Property Task Force

An Electric opportunity for city revitalization

“Because of the developer’s commitment to restoring the iconic buildings and bringing them to life again, ARCH enthusiastically supports this historic preservation project.”

The board of dirctors of ARCH, Inc. formally endorsed Electric Works in an editorial in the May 13 Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.

Electric Works – it’s a job thing

“We as a community have a choice: do we invest in ourselves with projects such as Electric Works? Or do we reject this project with its transformational impact and take the easy road by doing nothing, allowing that asset to continue to waste away for years to come?”

Guest editorial from Greater Fort Wayne Inc. board member Ron Turpin in the May 6 Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.

Tours of Electric Works now open to the public

Tours will be hosted by members of the project development team, who will be available to answer questions and provide updates and important information about the project. Tours are free, open to the public and limited to a maximum of 25 people per tour; registrants are only required to review safety information and complete a liability waiver.

Source: WANE.com

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