Three Michiana projects approved for Regional Cities funding

The Studebaker Factory in South Bend, as it appeared in 1967. ("19670917 08 Studebaker Factory, South Bend, Indiana" by David Wilson, CC BY 2.0)

Three out of a potential 15 Regional Cities projects for northern Indiana are set to move forward with newly-approved funding.

The Indiana Economic Development Corporation announced in a statement the approval of the projects Wednesday.

Approved are Studebaker campus improvements, South Shore Line improvements, and an investment in the Marshall County Wellness and Life Enrichment Center in Plymouth. Combined, the projects are taking $6.3 million of the $42 million northern Indiana allotment.

The three projects fit the IDEC’s criteria of “quality of place” projects for the northern Indiana region.

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