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Fort Wayne, Indiana is a modest city founded by the US Army during the Revolutionary War. It is located in the center of major cities such as Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit, Indianapolis, Louisville, Lexington and Milwaukee, which offers a lot of opportunities for local businesses. With a population of around 265,000 people, it balances big city amenities with a small city feel.
Fort Wayne grew from its military beginnings to embrace manufacturing, healthcare, retail and finance. The modern economy is largely driven by these and numerous smaller influences.
Corporate housing in Fort Wayne is made up of modern furnished apartments within upscale neighborhoods. They are the cream of the local crop and will include all utilities and TV and internet included in the price.
Fort Wayne has a deep link with manufacturing, having been in the industry for over 200 years. Other industries also have an influence and adds welcome diversity to local opportunities.
Major employers in Fort Wayne include Parkview Health Systems, Lutheran Health Network, Lincoln Financial Group, General Motors, BFGoodrich, Frontier Communications, Sweetwater Sound, Fort Wayne Metals Research Products Corp, Steel Dynamics Inc., Dana Corp, BAE Systems, Shambaugh & Son, Inc., Vera Bradley, Norfolk Southern Corp, Harris Corp., Raytheon, Do it Best Corp., SIRVA, Brotherhood Mutual, Master Spas, Nestle, Trelleborg AB, Indiana Michigan Power, Sabert, MedPro Group and Superior Essex.
Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA) handles most domestic arrivals and was rated as “the nation’s friendliest airport” by USA Today. A shuttle runs from the airport to Downtown or you can drive.
Fort Wayne has no direct rail link but Amtrak do run services to Waterloo which is 30 minutes north of town.
Greyhound runs local long haul services from the Greyhound bus station Downtown. Citilink run local commuter buses around the city.
Fort Wayne is accessible via road using I-69, I-469, US-24, US-27, US-30 and US-33. Local routes handle commuter traffic while rush hour can get busy in the central parts of town.
Fort Wayne is a nice place to be. It’s busy and vibrant but retains a friendly and approachable feel. Employment is high, crime under control, culture and art everywhere and there is a lot going on in town.
Neighborhoods of Fort Wayne include Northside, Carroll Creek, Carroll Estates, Cedar Ridge, Colonial Park, Concordia Gardens, Coves of Jacob’s Creek, Crestwood, Eagle Lake, Edgewood Park, Estates of Sandy Pointe, Fall Creek, Fallen Timbers, Falls of Keefer Creek, Five Points, Hampton Village North, Hamilton, Harris Meadows, Hearthstone, Hickory Glen, Hickory Hill, Highland Park Forest, Hunter’s Knoll, Irvington Park, Jacob’s Creek, La Cabreah, Laurel Ridge, Lima Meadow, Lima Valley, Limberlost Acres, Lincoln Park, Lincoln Village, Log Cabin Park, Longwood, Ludwig Circle, Ludwig Park, Manor Park, Mardego Hills, Millstone, Nebraska, Newberry, Northbrook, Northcrest, North Franke Park, North Highlands, Northwest Passage, Northwood Park, Oak Glen, Oakmont, Papermill Bluffs, Pine Valley, Rapids of Keefer Creek, Pettit-Rudisill, Oxford, West Central, Bloomingdale, Hamilton, Canterbury Green, Arlington Park, East Central and Frances Slocum.
Things to see and do in Fort Wayne include Allen County Public Library Genealogical Collection, The Fort Wayne History Center, Fort Wayne Firefighters Museum, Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, Johnny Appleseed Park, Artlink, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Kachmann Gallery and The Embassy Theater.
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