A Renaissance has begun.
See the story unfold.
They say seeing is believing. For half a century, Studebaker was one of the largest, most innovative automobile makers in the world. As Studebaker and South Bend grew together, they shared optimism and a belief in the future. In 1963 Studebaker closed its doors, leaving behind its massive manufacturing complex, a monolithic shadow of the past. But Studebaker left behind more than empty buildings. It left behind a spark – a spark that has ignited innovation on the iconic Studebaker grounds once more. The Renaissance District is giving South Bend Permission to Believe again. You will see it.