Catalyst I & II

201 Chapin St, South Bend, IN 46601, USA

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Catalyst one (“one”), opening summer 2015, is a 50,000 square foot multi-tenant building at the heart of Ignition Park. Offering innovative space for growth oriented companies, from early stage through development and fulfillment; one is designed to encourage the incubation of ideas and fraternization between like-minded companies. Designed additionally as a meeting place where companies can interact with partners, suppliers, customers, and recruits, one will offer a café to accommodate around-the-clock work and collaboration. Accompanied by the campus as a whole, one will help to stimulate growth and meet the dynamic needs of companies throughout the business cycle, from early stage concepts to a fully integrated facility. Headquarters We provide resources for companies of varying sizes – from freelancers and entrepreneurs, to small and medium sized business teams. Our facilities will inspire you, make you more efficient, and be a place where you’ll be proud to host clients and events.
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https://www.facebook.com/HeadQuarterscowork/ Catalyst two (“two”), opening summer 2015, is a 45,000 square foot building that will house a partnership between Notre Dame and General Electric. Otherwise known as the Notre Dame Turbomachinery Facility, two will be the nation’s top turbine engine component R&D facility.

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Martin Huttenlocker

Development Manager

Leveraging 17 years of relationships and extensive background in the commercial real estate industry, Martin provides direct strategic and analytical support as part of the Great Lakes Capital development team. Since joining the firm in 2017 he has performed a hybrid role in asset management and brokerage services within the GLC portfolio. Martin earned a BA in Political Science from the University of Missouri/Columbia and an MBA from Roosevelt University in Chicago