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Posterity Heights is a 28-acre, transformative, urban revitalization initiative underway in Fort Wayne, Indiana. According to the Indiana Housing and Development Authority, the project has state of the art and innovative components that will be the first of its kind in the United States. Posterity Heights is an energy efficient and technologically innovative development that will feature an ecological and comprehensive education center of community-based programs and services for low-income and underserved families. By integrating community-based supportive services and job creation solutions with cutting edge technology and energy efficiency models, Posterity Heights is poised to become a model of critical-scale, community-based development.
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In 2015 the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) and Energy Systems Network (ESN) launched a new, innovative program aimed at providing energy efficient affordable housing and transportation. The program, called Moving Forward, is designed to create housing that increases quality of life while decreasing the cost of living for low to moderate-income individuals and families. For more information visit http://www.in.gov/ihcda/movingforward.htm.
The entire project will be built on the 28-acre site of the former McMillen Apartment parcel of land on the city’s southeast side (4209 Plaza Dr., Fort Wayne, IN 46806).
Posterity Heights is the first of six Moving Forward developments planned throughout the state. Additional city’s include Indianapolis, Bloomington, Lafayette and two in East Chicago, IN. Each development will have its own unique characteristics and different developers.
Posterity Heights will include four phases, the first of which is expected to be completed in the summer of 2018.
We encourage interested individuals and families to visit our resident portal for leasing information. We will also work alongside the Fort Wayne Housing Authority to secure residents.
Posterity Scholar House is funded through a combination of IHCDA low income housing tax credits, HOME funds, the City of Fort Wayne, the Northeast Regional Cities funds, and other private sources, including BWI, LLC, the National Equity Fund, BMO Harris Bank, and Column Financial.