Fort Wayne is neither distressed nor prosperous, but it is among the most spatially unequal of the nation’s 100 largest cities, according to an Economic Innovation Group Distressed Communities Index.

The study by the Washington, D.C. think tank implies Fort Wayne is missing out on some of the benefits of its diversity. It ranks the city fifth in spatial inequality, following, in descending order, San Antonio, Texas; Atlanta, Ga.; Fort Worth, Texas and Oklahoma City, Okla.

By: Doug LeDuc, Fort Wayne Business Weekly

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Distressed Communities Index (DCI) 

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