Fort Wayne Metro Area Guide

Searching for an apartment in Fort Wayne In gives residents the opportunity to explore their new city. Fort Wayne has a diverse economy base on manufacturing, education, insurance, health care, logisitics, defense, and security. Fort Wayne has received the “All American City” award three times.  Other nearby areas to consider during your search are Huntington and Kendallville.

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Fort Wayne offers a great deal of entertainment and excitement to its residents. Festivals are some of the most exciting events in the Fort Wayne area. Notable festivals include the BBQ Ribfest, Germanfest, Holiday Fest, the Johnny Appleseed Festival, the Three Rivers Festival and the National Soccer Festival. Also of interest is the John and Ruth Rhinehart music center which holds community concerts and university events. The Cinema Center features independent, foreign, and classic films, while the Arts United Center is home to the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre and the Fort Wayne Youth Theatre. The Embassy Theatre is the setting for concerts, Broadway musicals, dance events, lectures, and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra.

Residents of Fort Wayne also have access to a large number of museums that are readily accessible to them. Some of these museums include: The Greater Fort Wayne Auction Center, the Fort Wayne Firefighters Museum, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art and the History Center which is located in Fort Wayne’s Old City Hall.  The Jack D Diehm Wildlife Museum of Natural History features North American stuffed animals in habitat settings and the Harold W McMillen Center for Health Education educates youth on well-being, while Science Central is an interactive learning museum.

While Fort Wayne may lack a professional sports team, the city does boast seven minor league franchises. These include the Fort Wayne Fever of soccer’s premiere development league, the Fort Wayne Flash of the Women’s Football Aliiance, the Fort Wayne Firehawks of the Continental Indoor Football League, the Fort Wayne Komets of the Central Hockey League, the Fort Wayne Med Ants of the NBA development league, and the Fort Wayne Tin Caps of baseball’s Midwest League. 

Along with their well-known festivals, theaters, museums and minor league sports teams, there are also tons of beautiful Fort Wayne apartments available as well. Whether you are eager to live in a booming metropolis or relax in a quaint suburb, Fort Wayne has something for everyone. If you haven’t narrowed down your apartment search to a specific city or neighborhood within the greater Fort Wayne area our Area Guides and Neighborhood Reviews will certainly point you in the right direction. Choose from the cities below to learn about their living style, demographics and neighborhoods. Once you find the right area to suit your needs, finding an apartment will be easy.

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