Notre Dame Real Estate

The old town-gown divide between South Bend and Notre Dame has vanished in a host of collaborations aimed at building a top-tier university in a top-tier city. The engagement impacts business, housing, education, economic development and even transportation as the pedestrian-friendly campus helped establish a commuter- and bike-friendly perimeter.

A major move across Angela Boulevard to the south has Notre Dame active in the revitalization of an old neighborhood where once-vacant lots fill with blend-in homes under the eye of the university architect. Notre Dame also supported the development of Eddy Street Commons, an instant college town at Eddy and Angela with popular eateries, watering holes, housing and shops. Just down the street, Innovation Park is translating university-related discoveries into commercial products with the aim of local large-scale production.

The university has also attracted a boom in nearby upscale housing, including three large new condominium developments on the eastern edge of campus, villa communities scattered nearby, and extensive restorations and enhancements in traditional faculty neighborhoods between Notre Dame and downtown South Bend. Alumni, students, family and friends are drawn to be as close as they can to the Golden Dome.

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