Where you live is one of the most important decisions you can make. We offer housing for every stage of life, apartments, single family homes and senior living.
South Bend Heritage owns and develops residential properties as well as partners with other organizations on community projects. We believe every should have a quality place to call home.
The right space for your growing business.
South Bend Heritage Foundation has multiple commercial properties available for rent. Our commercial space is perfect for art studios, office spaces, store fronts for retail and many other business opportunities..
Discover community programs on our Colfax Campus.
South Bend Heritage Foundation has been a strong advocate and catalyst for community change in South Bend. Over the past 41 years SBH has helped organize and participate in numerous community activities, often at the forefront of community building initiatives..
Growing our City.
South Bend Heritage is dedicated to creating an even better South Bend. We work to preserve historic structures, breathing new life into once vacant and abandoned properties. Through our significant development efforts we provide job opportunities for contractors and partner developers across our community.
Revitalizing the Northeast Neighborhood.
Since 2001, South Bend Heritage has contracted with the Northeast Neighborhood Revitalization Organization (NNRO) to serve as staff for the organization. SBH staff assists in the planning and development work of the NNRO. Featuring homes for sale near Notre Dame.
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Help support the mission of South Bend Heritage.
South Bend Heritage is a local non-profit that has worked to reverse the physical and social decline taking place in South Bend’s urban neighborhoods since 1974. We appreciate the support of private citizens, businesses and foundations as they help ensure the ongoing revitalization of South Bend.