- Dayton Arcade innovation hub: $2 million requested toward the $41.3 million Dayton Arcade innovation hub. The joint venture with the University of Dayton and The Entrepreneurs Center will be for a mix of research, academics, experiential learning, and entrepreneur support.
- YWCA renovation: $1 million toward the $17 million renovation of the only domestic violence shelter in both Montgomery and Preble counties.
- Dayton Regional Crisis Stabilization Unit and Detox Center: $1.9 toward the $4.3 million proposed detox center to respond to the opioid crisis and other substance abuse issues.
- Hope Center for Families: $818,810 toward the proposed $9.2 million Hope Center for Families. The 31,400-square-foot facility spearheaded by Omega Community Development Corp. would be aimed at reducing generational poverty.
- Advanced Manufacturing Center: Sinclair Community College would renovate existing campus space to create a new center targeted at the advanced manufacturing sector.
Some other top urban requests include $500,000 toward the proposed Gem City Market co-op grocery, $4 million toward the Fairgrounds renovation, $492,000 for a new community health center by Dayton Children’s, and $2.5 million for the Dayton Art Institute renovations.
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The top five rural funding requests are:
- Greene County Career Center: $1.9 million toward a new $60 million program to focus on aircraft maintenance and unmanned aerial vehicle engineering and operations.
- Wright State University Archives Center: $2.2 million toward a $8.2 million renovation to house the university's archives and special collections.
- Springfield downtown parking facility: $2.5 million toward a $9.8 million proposed parking structure that would have four stories and 485 parking spots and three storefronts for businesses to lease.
- Center for Workforce Development at Clark State: $5 million toward a $5.9 million renovation of campus space into a new downtown Springfield training center to serve local employers' needs.
- Airport equipment and Facilities Maintenance Complex: $1.8 million toward a $3.7 million construction project at Wilmington Air Park to build a new maintenance complex with spec office space.