Current Projects

The River District

This project is called The River District. This district is expected to surge an urban vision with economic energy into expanding Elkhart's downtown to match the trends of other thriving urban environments — and to make Main Street and its surrounding neighborhoods vibrant once again. 


Elkhart Health, Fitness, & Aquatics Center

Opening July 2019, this 170,000 square foot facility will include a Beacon Health and Fitness, a world-class aquatics competition center and a community gathering and commons space. 


STONEWATER AT THE RIVERWALK
BY FLAHERTY AND COLLINS

Stonewater at The Riverwalk will consist of 200 luxury market rate apartments and over 7,000 square feet of retail. Comprised of studios, one and two bedroom apartment homes, the project will boast the finest amenities in the Elkhart market. The development, at 237,337 square feet, is on the site of the former Elkhart Foundry.


LeX 530

Bathed in light, LEX 530 is a new, modern urban event center in the newly revitalized River District on the east bank of the Elkhart River in downtown Elkhart, Indiana. The bright, eclectic center, located at 530 E. Lexington Avenue, has an urban vibe with eight large windows and 18-foot barreled ceilings. The event center resembles urban loft space with round duct work, track lighting and vinyl plank flooring. LEX 530 can accommodate intimate parties for as few as 30 friends in our private dining area or larger affairs in our main event room for as many as 250. Corporate events, not-for-profit galas, weddings, bridal and baby showers, or private parties are all perfectly suited for LEX 530.


Hotel Elkhart

The Hotel Elkhart was built in 1923 and was once known as "Northern Indiana's Finest Hotel." It later served as an apartment building. The renovation project will return the building into a 93-room boutique hotel with a regionally-branded cafe, taproom/bar, and a breakout meeting space. The Athenian Ballroom on the 9th floor will also be completely renovated with a rooftop deck. Standing in the 500 block of S. Main Street, this former hotel plans to get back to its roots.