THE LASALLE APARTMENTS REACH FULL CAPACITY; DOWNTOWN LIVING BOOMS

THE LASALLE APARTMENTS REACH FULL CAPACITY; DOWNTOWN LIVING BOOMS

 

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) – Less than six months after its grand re-opening, the historic LaSalle building on Michigan Street has hit 100-percent occupancy.

The iconic hotel-turned apartment building is just one of many in downtown South Bend that’s breathing new life into the city.

Between the beautification of the area through the Smart Streets initiative to building restoration and new construction in the works, residential living downtown is booming.

“I think it says that people want to move back into downtown,” said Tim Corcoran, director of planning, City of South Bend.

According to South Bend Director of Planning Tim Corcoran, the trend is gaining momentum.

“It can only be a positive impact. I think as you see more and more people walking around downtown, going out, it really helps the vibe of the city,” said Corcoran.

The LaSalle building, dating back to the 1920’s is just one example where restoration has been met with a full roster of tenants….

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