Our community, in the northeastern corner of Indiana, is a beehive of economic development activity.
If you’re looking to relocate or expand your business, you’ll find the communities here especially receptive to your needs.
The largest geographic county in Indiana · accessible by road within one day to more than 1/3 of the U.S. population · plenty of excellent sites for business location · home to a number of fine communities that offer a high quality of living and a low cost of doing business
The second-largest city in Indiana – population: greater than 255,000 · vibrant downtown area with several financial institutions, a brand-new, centrally located baseball stadium, a state-of-the-art convention center, parks, museums, theatres, sidewalk cafes, fine dining establishments
The second-largest city in Allen County – population: almost 15,000· history shaped largely by transportation (the Erie Canal, the Wabash and Nickel Plate Railroads in the past; the Norfolk Southern Railway today) · offers several available business sites served by rail and within a short drive from interstate access
Located on the east side of Allen County, near the Indiana-Ohio line · employs a large number of Allen County’s workforce at the BF Goodrich plant · part of the Fort to Port improvement project connecting Toledo, Ohio’s port, to Fort Wayne via highway US 24
Located in the heart of a large Amish settlement · popular for its fine retail shops and wood manufacturing industries, its quaint atmosphere, idyllic surroundings, picturesque farms, and horse-drawn vehicles
One of the fastest-growing towns in northeast Indiana · continually attracts new families, mainly from urban areas like Fort Wayne to new suburban developments · currently working on a new 27-acre park for Huntertown residents
A quiet residential community · considered ideal for raising a family · beautiful parks · an excellent school system · multiple churches representing a variety of denominations
Known for its charm · originally plotted in proximity to a railroad once connecting Chicago to Pittsburgh, now serving as an operational CSX line · home to one of Allen County’s largest Japanese companies, C.M.E. Automotive Corporation
Located in southern Allen County, 5 miles from the Fort Wayne International Airport · close to the GM Plant, 1-69, and I-469