The Public Safety Academy signs new lease

Published by Anne on Monday, August 08 2011 at 1:51 PM

The Public Safety Academy near Southtown Centre in Fort Wayne, Ind. has signed a new lease with Indiana’s State Department of Health. After a decade of waining tenants and building underperformance, the new director of the PSA has something to smile about.

Three months ago, mayor Tom Henry appointed the new PSA executive director, Loren Robertson, to help bring revenue back to the flailing office building. Built in 2007, the PSA’s 132,000 square feet of space was meant to be self-sustaining on various donations. Due to multiple changes in directors and board members, the building has consistently underperformed, calling for an overhaul.

According to the Journal Gazette, the new tenant is expected to produce $10,000 in revenue for the facility.

“We feel that this move will enable us to move forward with our current priority of strengthening our partnerships and bringing public safety partners together in one location as well as being a cost effective solution for the state,” Sean Keefer, state health department chief of staff.

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