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Tribune to move into the former Studebaker building and join the South Bends & # 39; Renaissance District & # 39; | local



After 98 years on the corner of Colfax Avenue and Lafayette Boulevard, the South Bend Tribune will soon move its offices less than a mile south – to a former Studebaker assembly facility – as it adapts to a changing media landscape.

The Tribune this week will temporarily relocate to Union Station, 506 W. South St, near Four Winds Field. A few months later, The Tribune is scheduled to move to its permanent home nearby: the former Studebaker General Assembly facility at 635 S. Lafayette Blvd., part of founder Kevin Smith's Renaissance District technology park.

Smith said The Tribune fits "perfectly" into his Renaissance District vision.

"They are like so much of our ecosystem," Smith said. The Tribune "needs to be completely redefined and going through a metamorphic process. I built this campus as tech-infused property because every business, no matter who you are or what you do, has to figure out how to absorb technology into their product set. "


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