South Side

Zip Codes: 46807, 46809

The South Side of Fort Wayne is a front porch community where neighbors know each other's names—and each other's dogs. Follow the tree-lined boulevards to historic neighborhoods, parks, coffee shops, bars, and restaurants only a bike ride away.

NewsDevelopment is underway at Bottle Works Lofts.

Bottle Works Lofts builds on Southeast momentum


NewsDesign Week Fort Wayne is an annual celebration of design.

A sneak peek at Design Week


Feature StoryWaynedale has access to neighborhood grocery stores and eateries.

The story behind Waynedale's explosive momentum


NewsOut of a Jam is a culinary nonprofit that teaches women and teens marketable business skills.

Organizations join forces to address systemic problems


Feature StoryRev. Andrew Jarmus at St. Nicholas Eastern Orthodox Church.

More than a 'City of Churches'


Feature StoryAlbert the dancer #PeopleofNEI

#PeopleofNEI: Albert, the dancer


NewsVolunteers Janet Finkel and Bonnie Pomerantz sort donations.

Addressing unmet needs of low-income families


NewsThe Summit has a large green space for fun and relaxation.

Shared space gives entrepreneurs room to thrive


Feature StoryJoan McMillan opens her home to local residents as a safe haven on the South Side.

A 'light' for others in Williams Woodland Park


NewsThe Castle apartment building is one of two century-old structures slated for demolition..

The struggle to preserve the 07's integrity


Feature StoryFour presenters each have four minutes to share their ideas at Fort Wayne SOUP events.

Connecting people, ideas, and funding for impactful change


Feature StoryRick Kinney bought and raised funding to restore the Clyde Theatre in Fort Wayne.

Historic theatre renovations create a sense of 'place'


Feature StoryBridget Jones, the owner of Savannah Soul food trailer, uses CookSpring to store and prepare food.

Shared kitchen cooks up new food ventures


NewsAlthough Serrani owns a car, he prefers to bike for transportation, even in the snow.

Enjoying a car-free commute


Feature StoryGladwell's book, The Tipping Point, explores the broken windows theory that inspired Mondragon's ministry.

Telling better stories in northeast Indiana


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