NE Indiana Group Unveils ‘Most Endangered’ List
A historic preservation organization in Fort Wayne has released a list of the "Most Endangered" sites in the region. ARCH’s list includes the former General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) campus, which is currently at the center of a big redevelopment effort.
ARCH released the annual list as part of National Preservation Month. The effort aims to raise awareness about threatened historic resources in northeast Indiana. The organization says three sites on the 2015 list have been preserved and do not appear this year.
The 2016 List Includes:
Brookview-Irvington Park HD
GE Broadway Campus
FW Bible College Buildings: Schultz, Bethany and Hausser Halls
S.F. Bowser Administration Building, Creighton Avenue
Fort Wayne Park Resources: Foster Park Pavilion No. 3 and Historic Footbridges
Township Era Schools: Elmhurst High School
C.F. Bleke Farmhouse, State Road 3
Canal House, Superior Street
Streetcar Commercial Corridors: Lake Avenue and North Anthony Boulevard
Paul Kinder House, West Washington Boulevard
Rialto Theatre, South Calhoun Street
FW Box Co. Art Moderne building, Superior and Harrison Streets