Regional Cities Projects on Docket For Northeast RDA

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Eleven counties are involved in the Northeast Indiana RDA and Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership. Eleven counties are involved in the Northeast Indiana RDA and Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership.

The Northeast Indiana Regional Development Authority will meet Tuesday in Shipshewana to discuss 16 projects connected to the Indiana Regional Cities Initiative. The RDA's "Road to One Million" plan, which has been sparked by Regional Cities investment, includes 70 proposed projects representing $1.5 billion in potential investment.

The agenda for Tuesday's regular meeting includes status updates, funding disbursement discussion or RDA approval of projects including:

  • Great Lakes Capital: $2.8 million RDA investment request
  • University of Saint Francis: $2.8 million RDA investment request
  • Trine University: $2.8 million RDA investment request
  • Embassy Theatre: $1.75 million RDA investment request
  • DeKalb County YMCA: $947,000 RDA investment request
  • Little River Trail: $255,748 RDA investment request
  • Manchester Early Learning Center: $520,000 RDA investment request
  • North Buffalo Street Redevelopment Project: $3.5 million RDA investment request
  • Regional Trails - Fort Wayne: $1.77 million RDA investment request
  • South Adams Trails: $498,000 RDA investment request
  • The Enterprise Center: $323,000 RDA investment request
  • UB Block: $1.6 million RDA investment request
  • Posterity Scholar House: $2.84 million RDA investment request
  • Michiana Event Center: $3.96 million RDA investment request
  • The Landing Redevelopment: $6,904,023 RDA investment request
  • The Clyde Theatre Renovation Project: $1,000,000 RDA investment request

You can connect to more information on the pending investments and various projects by clicking here.

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