Mishawaka Real Estate

Mishawaka, the Belgian-Italian settlement named for a Native American princess, retains an old-world charm at its core while a modern regional array of retailing and restaurants flourishes on its north side. Careful planning for both business and residential development has capitalized on the beautiful St. Joseph River that meanders through the downtown.

Years ago, the city swept away a giant manufacturing complex that had blocked the river view from downtown for a generation. Now, along the banks, parks, townhomes, shops and pleasant walks invite people to live, work, shop and play in a sustainable, pedestrian-friendly environment. Other stretches of the river have been transformed into stately estates and other developments that reflect the water’s tranquil beauty. A system of neighborhood schools and a central Mishawaka High School put classes within walking distance of most students.

The corridor north of town has been a retailing hub for more than 30 years, with a convenient Lifestyle Center strip of shops and restaurants recently reshaping part of the longstanding University Park Mall. National-chain restaurants and local eateries, top-brand department stores and charming boutiques draw from a wide area. A pastoral business park, Edison Lakes, offers homes for both companies and condominium-dwellers. More recently, a state-of-the-art St. Joseph Regional Medical Center has opened, attracting a host of other healthcare providers to the area.

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