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Downtown Dayton
Brownstones at 2nd

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Brownstones at 2nd
Downtown Dayton
Brownstones at 2nd

Posted: 2 days ago

Brownstones at 2nd
600 jobs coming to downtown Dayton; businesses get ready
 Taylor Communications in October is expected to start moving nearly 600 workers into an underutilized downtown office tower, which local shops, restaurants and residential property owners hope will be a boon. The city of Dayton on Wednesday approved a $1 million development agreement with Taylor — formerly Standard Register —...

Posted: 4 days ago

Taylor Communications in October is expected to start moving nearly 600 workers into an underutilized downtown office tower, which local shops, restaurants and residential property owners hope will be a boon. The city of Dayton on Wednesday approved a $1 million development agreement with Taylor — formerly Standard Register —...
Dayton seeks appraisal for rails-to-trails elevated bike path
 The city of Dayton is seeking a new appraisal for 6.5 miles of rail line that travels from downtown to East Dayton, which the city wants to turn into an elevated bike path and public park. The city is in negotiations with Norfolk Southern rail company to buy a rail line the company has abandoned that stretches from the eastern end of the...

Posted: 6 days ago

The city of Dayton is seeking a new appraisal for 6.5 miles of rail line that travels from downtown to East Dayton, which the city wants to turn into an elevated bike path and public park. The city is in negotiations with Norfolk Southern rail company to buy a rail line the company has abandoned that stretches from the eastern end of the...
Dayton could give the Arcade rehab project $2.5M
 The Dayton city commission this week will vote on whether to give the Dayton Arcade project $2.5 million to help create 126 new apartments. The city of Dayton is weighing whether to give the Arcade project federal funding to aid revitalizing the large and vacant complex and bring new affordable housing downtown. The apartments would be spread...

Posted: 6 days ago

The Dayton city commission this week will vote on whether to give the Dayton Arcade project $2.5 million to help create 126 new apartments. The city of Dayton is weighing whether to give the Arcade project federal funding to aid revitalizing the large and vacant complex and bring new affordable housing downtown. The apartments would be spread...
Dayton forced to give up $477K for missing deadline
 The city of Dayton forfeited nearly $477,000 in federal funds for housing development and assistance for failing to meet a key deadline. The city failed to obtain signed and executed contracts within a federally mandated two-year time frame, according to records obtained by this newspaper. MORE: Dayton public housing project awarded $2.4M...

Posted: 6 days ago

The city of Dayton forfeited nearly $477,000 in federal funds for housing development and assistance for failing to meet a key deadline. The city failed to obtain signed and executed contracts within a federally mandated two-year time frame, according to records obtained by this newspaper. MORE: Dayton public housing project awarded $2.4M...
Arcade developers, 2 others want to transform former newspaper site
 The developers of the Dayton Arcade are one of three groups that are vying to re-imagine most of the former Dayton Daily News property in downtown, where a recent proposal to create new housing failed. The city of Dayton owns nearly 1.9 acres of vacant land along the 100 block of West Fourth Street, which city officials want to see transformed...

Posted: 9 days ago

The developers of the Dayton Arcade are one of three groups that are vying to re-imagine most of the former Dayton Daily News property in downtown, where a recent proposal to create new housing failed. The city of Dayton owns nearly 1.9 acres of vacant land along the 100 block of West Fourth Street, which city officials want to see transformed...
Popular Tree Tower is coming down
 Crews next week are expected to disassemble the Tree Tower at Cox Arboretum MetroPark, which has been closed since fungal disease was discovered inside its wooden support beams, making the structure unsafe. Crews will use a crane to help take apart the 65-foot-tall tower, which will likely take about a week to complete, depending on the weather...

Posted: 9 days ago

Crews next week are expected to disassemble the Tree Tower at Cox Arboretum MetroPark, which has been closed since fungal disease was discovered inside its wooden support beams, making the structure unsafe. Crews will use a crane to help take apart the 65-foot-tall tower, which will likely take about a week to complete, depending on the weather...
Contractor: Dayton used scrap-metal money for barbecues, equipment
 A former city of Dayton contractor testified this week that multiple city departments kept payments from recycling excess materials in petty cash funds that supervisors used to pay for staff barbecues, equipment and other expenses. The testimony, part of a dismissal hearing of former city electrician David Shaver, contradicts statements made...

Posted: 9 days ago

A former city of Dayton contractor testified this week that multiple city departments kept payments from recycling excess materials in petty cash funds that supervisors used to pay for staff barbecues, equipment and other expenses. The testimony, part of a dismissal hearing of former city electrician David Shaver, contradicts statements made...
Dayton to reboot its traffic camera program: What’s really going on?
 Speed and red light cameras are expected to return to Dayton later this summer after a roughly two-year break, and motorists who are not careful will end up lighter in the wallet when police begin reissuing fines. But the city’s traffic camera program — long controversial — will be starkly different this time around because...

Posted: 9 days ago

Speed and red light cameras are expected to return to Dayton later this summer after a roughly two-year break, and motorists who are not careful will end up lighter in the wallet when police begin reissuing fines. But the city’s traffic camera program — long controversial — will be starkly different this time around because...
Water Street developer eyes Dayton’s original skyscraper
 One of the partners behind downtown’s thriving Water Street District is considering buying the city’s first modern skyscraper. Dublin-based Crawford Hoying is exploring purchasing the Grant Deneau Tower at 40 W. Fourth St., across the street from the Dayton Arcade. The firm is in the due diligence phase but has no specific plans...

Posted: 10 days ago

One of the partners behind downtown’s thriving Water Street District is considering buying the city’s first modern skyscraper. Dublin-based Crawford Hoying is exploring purchasing the Grant Deneau Tower at 40 W. Fourth St., across the street from the Dayton Arcade. The firm is in the due diligence phase but has no specific plans...
Traffic cameras returning to Dayton
 The city of Dayton is rebooting its traffic camera program after a two-year hiatus, and officials have revealed where its 10 fixed red light and speed-detection cameras will be installed. Redlight cameras will be operated at West Third Street and James H. McGee Boulevard and at Linden Avenue and Smithville Road. Speed-detection cameras will...

Posted: 10 days ago

The city of Dayton is rebooting its traffic camera program after a two-year hiatus, and officials have revealed where its 10 fixed red light and speed-detection cameras will be installed. Redlight cameras will be operated at West Third Street and James H. McGee Boulevard and at Linden Avenue and Smithville Road. Speed-detection cameras will...
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