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South Bend may be most known as the home of the University of Notre Dame, but “college town” only begins to describe this multi-faceted Midwestern center point of Chicago, Indianapolis and Detroit. Forbes named South Bend one of the best places to start a business or career in 2007, and the city has a specific outline for growing its economy further. Notre Dame still serves as the tourist and economic center of town, drawing hundreds of thousands of people every year and employing the largest number of South Bend’s 104,000 residents. Holy Cross, St. Mary’s and Indiana University South Bend also call the city home, as do offices for Crowe Horwath, Bosch and AM General.
Sports remain a central feature of South Bend 122 years after Notre Dame played its first college football game. Both residents and visitors flock to campus each fall to participate in the legendary tailgating, and while there, many also enjoy the College Football Hall of Fame, which houses Joe Montana’s chicken soup bowl and Red Grane’s jersey, among other treasures. South Bend also features the Silver Hawks, the A team for the Arizona Diamondbacks, and the country’s first artificial whitewater course. Golf Digest deemed South Bend the 16th best place for golf, and the city has pledged to have almost 60 miles of bike trails by 2011.
The dedication to sports history and economic growth, as well as the carriage rides, easy transportation options, active nightlife, mere 20 mile trip to Lake Michigan and multiple museums and performing arts centers make a South Bend home rental ideal. So whatever type of home you desire, RentalHouses.com will provide detailed and fast options for South Bend homes for rent at absolutely no cost.
Cities in the South Bend Indiana metro area include: Granger, Lakeville, Mishawaka, New Carlisle, Osceola, and South Bend