South Bend, IN



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FOX Corporate Housing in South Bend offers Fully-furnished, Temporary Housing options for half the cost of a typical costly hotel stay. Our South Bend, luxury corporate apartments and single family homes give our clients the utmost in quality, designer decor with personalized touches throughout, to ensure our guests feel at home during their Temporary stay with FOX. 

Each FOX Corporate Apartment Home is fully outfitted and accessorized to include all Furnishings, Smart TV, Fully equipped Kitchen, Linens and Dishes, all Utilities, Full Size Washer and Dryer inside apartment or onsite, High Speed Internet access, and Controlled Access Communities with secure parking. 

South Bend is a city in, and the county seat of, St. Joseph CountyIndiana, on the St. Joseph River near its southernmost bend, from which it derives its name. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total of 101,168 residents; its metropolitan statistical area had a population of 318,586 and its combined statistical area, 721,296. It is the fourth-largest city in Indiana, serving as the economic and cultural hub of northern Indiana.

South Bend benefited from its location on the Michigan Road, the main north–south artery of northern Indiana in the 19th century. Another significant development occurred near South Bend in 1842, when Father Edward Sorin founded the University of Notre Dame just north of the town. It became a major factor in the area’s economy and culture.

Notre Dame may be known for their more-than-a-century-old football program, but sporting events are taking place in every corner of campus all year long. Check out the many schedules, and a little background information too, and experience the athletic culture of Notre Dame.

Surprises around every museum corner. Serenity in the quiet of expansive gardens. The delight of seeing chocolate made fresh. Explore the various fun-filled attractions in the area.

You’ll be treated with smells as rich as rising beignet dough or as sharp as pickled ginger, and with a half dozen craft breweries dotting the landscape, the sound of clinking glasses often lingers long into the night.