Lunch at ARCH continues June 18 with an opportunity for ARCH members to explore the intersection of historic preservation and economic development with Kirk Moriarty, this month’s special guest.
Moriarty is Director of Downtown and Urban Development at Greater Fort Wayne Inc. and has been deeply involved in the development of The Landing, an example where historic preservation plays a high-value role in an economic development project. He is GFW Inc.’s primary contact for real estate developers and retail/restaurant operators interested in downtown, second locations and expansions.
Seats at the lunch table are available for up to nine ARCH members who want to enjoy lunch provided by program sponsor Power Components Inc. and conversation with Moriarty, ARCH Executive Director Connie Haas Zuber and ARCH board member Jim Geyer.
This timely topic is newsworthy and meaningful for the future of our community.
Call the ARCH office today, 260-426-5117, to make your free reservation for Lunch at ARCH at noon June 18 at the historic Rankin House, 818 Lafayette St. in downtown Fort Wayne.