Fort Wayne Poised for Economic Upturn

Ball State Uni­ver­sity eco­nomic researchers say the most under­val­ued city in the state of Indi­ana is Fort Wayne, and it is more likely for an eco­nomic and devel­op­ment turn­around than other areas of Indi­ana. The aver­age income in Fort Wayne went up 5% last year, faster than the rate in 14 sim­i­lar sized cities in the Mid­west. A 71 mil­lion dol­lar mixed use project in down­town with the head­quar­ters for Ash Bro­ker­age as its anchor will result in 115 jobs pay­ing an aver­age 60 thou­sand each.

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