The city of South Bend has turned down multiple bids to redeveloped the property that housed the former College Football Hall of Fame. The South Bend Tribune reports none of the four proposals were “fully complete.” City officials have not announced a timeline for a decision on a potential buyer. The proposals were originally submitted in August and South Bend is seeking more information from one of the potential developers.

Executive Director of Community Investment Scott Ford tells the publication the city will likely have look at multi-use options in the future.

The building, built in 1995, is on the market for $2.8 million.

Source: The South Bend Tribune

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