Bona Vita Architecture moves to downtown Fort Wayne
Bona Vita Architecture has relocated to larger office space in downtown Fort Wayne.
The local architectural firm invested more than $100,000 in renovating its downtown space and plans to celebrate the relocation with invited guests during a ribbon cutting ceremony April 17.
The larger headquarters provides room for the firm to more than double the size of its workforce by adding 15 positions within the next 10 years.
“We thank Salin Bank, BND, and the city of Fort Wayne for all of their help,” Tom Salzer, Bona Vita’s president and co-founder, said in a statement.
“This new location will not only facilitate fantastic visibility for our company, but will also allow us to double our workforce in an area conducive to attracting amazing young talent.”
Founded in 2014, some of Bona Vita’s notable designing projects have included the Jackson R. Lehman Family YMCA in Fort Wayne, the Kokomo Family YMCA, several new Goshen Health facilities, and the Logansport Hospital Cancer Center.
Bona Vita plans to host an open house for the public 2:30-5:30 p.m. June 27.