South Bend Area

South Bend is a city on the rise – again. The downtown, built along a beautiful south bend in the St. Joseph River, has been thriving and booming with scores of new retail and services businesses.

Known for being the home of the University of Notre Dame and Studebaker, South Bend is the St. Joseph County seat. Restaurants, The Morris Civic Theater, Four Winds Field and the South Bend Cubs baseball team, along with countless other evening attractions draw people from neighboring communities in the South Bend area.

South Bend residential areas are comprised of neighborhoods and subdivisions, as well as apartment complexes.

For easy travel, on the city’s west side, The South Bend International Airport houses major airlines with direct flights to Chicago, Detroit and other hub cities. The South Shore rail line offers inexpensive travel to Chicago and points in between.

The City of South Bend is a welcoming community for those looking to live in a convenient, easy to access and progressive city.

Find a home in South Bend.

SBAR Membership for South Bend Area REALTORS and Real Estate Affiliates 

Our connection with South Bend is obvious, but we’re still growing our base of REALTOR and real estate affiliate members from the South Bend Area. If you fit that description and care about industry professionalism, real estate ethics, and homeownership – please consider becoming an SBAR member. If you have questions about SBAR or our membership, please connect with us at

JA Wine and Beer Festival at @FourWindsField beginning at 5pm. Over 75 different products from approximately 30 different vendors will be available for unlimited tasting. Plus, live entertainment with Paul Erdman and band.

Not all superheroes wear capes. Our PEGGS team is ready to safely serve you, all weekend long.

Current hours:
Sunday 7am-3pm
Monday 7am-2pm
Thursday 7am-2pm
Friday 7am-8pm
Saturday 7am-8pm

Opening August 29! See never before exhibited images from the Studebaker National Museum Archives paired with current day shots to show South Bend’s growth and development over the last century. This exhibition will be on display in the AM General Atrium.

A physical Art Beat may not happen Saturday as originally planned, but the organization DTSB has crafted a virtual version on Facebook to at least give some exposure to the hundreds of artists, performers and culinary workers who would have participated.

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