Electric Works


1690 Broadway
Building 19
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
(866) 533-2163

Tap Into the Electrifying Spirit of Innovation

One of the original installations within Fort Wayne’s brand-new Electric Works campus development project, Carr Workplaces Electric Works will boast over 32,000 square feet of office space, 85 sparkling private offices, three state-of-the-art meeting rooms. You’ll be steps from over 700,000 square feet of additional conference center space, retail & entertainment space, an innovation center, a public market & food hall, a STEAM school, a GE event space, and even a primary care clinic. This development project has begun to attract some of the most cunning minds and inspiring leaders who are looking to become a part of the culture shift in Northeast Indiana. Catch the buzz, before it’s too late, and become an integral part of Fort Wayne’s present and future.

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Amenities at Electric Works

  • Conference center 
  • Union Street Market and food hall 
  • Private plaza with direct access to Dynamo Alley 
  • Rooftop deck

Transportation Details

  • On-site parking, surface and covered  
  • Walkable to surrounding neighborhoods and downtown

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Why Electric Works

Prime Location

Electric Works is in Fort Wayne, the urban center of Northeast Indiana, which is home to General Motors Truck Group, Lincoln Finance Group, and BF Goodrich.

Rooted in Innovation

The Electric Works campus has origins tracing back to the creation of the Fort Wayne Electric Company and is a former General Electric campus.

Fully Ammenitized

Electric Works will be a highly walkable, mixed-use district with readily accessible innovation, residential, commercial, community, and hospitality spaces.

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