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Old September 29th, 2013, 12:37 PM   #1
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FORT WAYNE | Ash Brokerage Development | 17 fl | App


$71 million investment in downtown announced today

Ash Brokerage Picks Downtown for New Headquarters, Major Growth; Hanning & Bean to Build Unique Residential Development. $71 million investment partnership to transform block; create jobs, housing, retail

(September 23, 2013) – Highlighting the key role of downtown vitality to job creation and regional economic growth, Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry today was joined by Tim Ash, President and CEO, Ash Brokerage Corporation and Bill Bean, VP, Hanning & Bean Enterprises, Inc., along with Eric Doden, President, Indiana Economic Development Corporation, elected officials and community leaders to announce plans for Ash Brokerage’s new national headquarters in the heart of Fort Wayne and a downtown residential development led by Hanning & Bean Enterprises.

The integrated initiative will result in new knowledge-based jobs, hundreds of construction jobs, housing, retail, and $71 million in new investment in the core of the city. The new developments would be bordered by Wayne, Harrison, Berry, and Webster streets and utilize nearly a full square block.

The City of Fort Wayne has signed a memorandum of understanding with Ash Brokerage and Hanning & Bean Enterprises for the two major projects.

Ash Brokerage plans to build its corporate headquarters in downtown with 95,000 square feet of office space. The project would also include a parking garage and 21,600 square feet of first-floor retail space. More than 200 employees would be part of Ash’s move to downtown. Ash also anticipates increasing its local workforce with 115 additional jobs by 2017.

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Mayor at the beginning of this week announced new development in downtown Fort Wayne. Ash Brokerage is moving there national headquarters downtown. With that is coming more downtown housing. Check out the renderings.

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Im really digging that green roof/terrace that ties the two parts of the building together!
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From December:

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Beautiful development! Great design, with a green roof, and street interaction!
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