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The acquisition of The Commerce Center reinforces our commitment to the East Bank neighborhood and community. We are looking forward to this historic building being part of our efforts to make downtown South Bend a more livable and workable 21st century city. The Commerce Center Acquired FOR...

Monday, December 29, 2014 1:13 pm | Updated: 12:24 pm, Fri Jan 2, 2015. South Bend Tribune By: David Matthews The city of South Bend witnessed a lot of changing attitudes in 2014, specifically growing interest in the vitality of the downtown area. Cities are about people, and...

We have a proposal in to Transpo for acquiring 10 acres of land they own and are no longer using near Howard Park. Visit www.LoveHowardPark.com to learn more about the Matthews, LLC proposal. Thank you for taking the time, David Matthews, Matthews, LLC We love Howard Park,...

2 Months of free food, drinks, comedy shows and dance lessons We love South Bend! This summer there are  significant construction projects happening in the East Bank. Jefferson Boulevard is getting a pedestrian friendly street improvement.  This will take several months.  We want to help our locally owned...

Hi South Bend! Here is a run down of my favorite events this weekend! May 9th - 11th, 2014 [alert heading="Weekend Music Festival: 60+ Bands, 15+ Stages, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday" width="100%" close="false"] 60+ bands, 15 stages, the South By South Bend music festival (year 2) starts Thursday. ...

  Signup for a chance to access Ivy Quad's Spring Game Tailgate party.  Located across the street from Notre Dame, Ivy Quad is the place to be pre-game on football weekends.  Winners will receive an e-mail confirmation after the 3pm Friday entry deadline with details for...

February 11, 2012|South Bend Tribune By BECKY EMMONS   If they were in a sports arena or a theater, they'd be called the best seats in the house. As it is, they may be the best "seats" for viewing the stage of South Bend. East Bank Townhomes provides outstanding views...

Notre Dame Magazine Published: Winter 2011-12 Author: John Nagy ’00M.A.   Predicting the future is a deadly business. One year ago a dying magazine, Newsweek, proclaimed South Bend a dying city — No. 8 on its lethal list of the “top” 10 — based on U.S. census figures showing...

WNIT hosts gathering of top young leaders.   July 01, 2011 | CHARLES PULLIAM | Tribune Staff Writer   SOUTH BEND -- More than 30 young professionals convened at the Ganey Studio Complex in downtown South Bend Thursday night for a discussion on whether the city is dying or...

Sunday, June 27th, 2010 Original Source: HomesMichiana.com (powered by South Bend Tribune Classified) By: Gene Stowe, South Bend Tribune Correspondent Enough Ivy Quad had risen from the ground for Tim Sutherland to walk among the framing and imagine the outline of rooms that snowy day in March 2009. Sutherland's...