South Bend, Ind., Offers A Glimpse Into The Future Of Mid-Sized Cities

January 09, 2018
The Studebaker plant in South Bend, Ind., shut down in 1963, leaving a lasting mark on the town. The six-story, 800,000-square foot building is still there. First built in 1923, the hulking brick structure has long overshadowed other signs of vibrancy in South Bend, including a stadium where a minor league baseball team plays.

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