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Baltimore’s Cross Street Partners takes on Fort Wayne project

Rendering of the GE Campus in Fort Wayne, Indiana. (Courtesy Cross Street Partners)

Rendering of the GE Campus in Fort Wayne, Indiana. (Courtesy Cross Street Partners)

Baltimore-based Cross Street Partners will purchase and redevelop the GE Broadway campus in Fort Wayne, Indiana, into a mixed-use “innovation district.”

Fort Wayne announced the deal on Monday, pending a final sale agreement. The city also agreed to seek a tax increment financing district to benefit the project.

“The public and private investments made to date in Fort Wayne tell a story about a community that is here to compete for talent, capital and jobs in the new economy – a community worthy of significant investment,” Josh Parker, partner and principal of Cross Street Partners, said in a statement.

Cross Street Partners, which also includes notable developer Bill Streuver, has taken on a handful of high-profile local projects in recent years. Those developments include adaptive reuse projects at the Lion Brothers Building in west Baltimore and the A. Hoen & Co. Lithograph Building in west Baltimore.

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  1. Beyond Excited about Cross Street Partners purchasing the GE Campus in downtown Fort Wayne! I live in the Fort, and after checking out CSP’s website I was/am blown away with everything I’ve seen. Thank you for investing in our community!

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