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”The Imagination District is described as a destination. Much like Manhattan's TriBeca or SoHo neighborhoods. The projected investment in the Imagination District will be in the hundreds-of-millions of dollars.”

 

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Somehow I completely missed this project - the tower at the corner of Main and Monument has been renovated into luxury apartments:

 

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Well, it's the perfect building to do so.


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Plans to add $4.2M new library branch move ahead (in Trotwood)

 

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The Dayton Metro Library's plans to open a new branch building are moving forward.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/12/plans-to-add-4-2m-new-library-branch-move-ahead.html


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^Exciting news for sure on the new library, but I hope they find a good use for the existing library.

 

It's a great, well-built mid-century modern building.

Given the fact they tore down the neighboring elementary school built in the same era recently, I doubt there's much hope but hoping I'll be proven wrong.

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Dayton community to replace municipal building ‘inundated with bats’

 

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture is investing $91 million to build or improve community facilities and services for nearly 300,000 rural residents in 12 states. This includes a new municipal in the Darke County village of Arcanum, which had contended with an animal situation.

 

The $2.5 million project will create a 11,500-square-foot building to house the village of Arcanum’s police department and its administrative offices. 

 

The current building does not meet accessibility, safety or health standards. It also lacks a vehicle emission ventilation system, and was inundated with bats, according to a report. 

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/18/dayton-community-to-replace-municipal-building.html


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Renewed momentum for Villages of North Clayton development

 

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Courtney Hart’s commute to work takes seconds.

 

Hart, who with husband Ryan Hart own Ink & Co. Made in Ohio, picked a place to live in Clayton where they could start a business and live in close proximity. So when they heard of plans for a new mixed-use development there, they jumped at it.

 

“We want to be close to the school, to the YMCA, to our neighbors and to businesses, where all of them could really look out for each other,” she said of the planned development along U.S. 40 close to Northmont schools, a walking path, and plenty of green space. 

 

While many suburbs have looked to reinvent a sense of urbanism, few have had the protracted development cycle as what’s planned in Clayton.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/19/renewed-momentum-for-villages-of-north-clayton.html


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Good Samaritan Hospital demolition to begin in April, will take a year to complete

 

Premier Health is moving ahead with demolition and site preparation for the former Good Samaritan Hospital site.

 

The Dayton-based health network, which closed the hospital July 23, has chosen Cincinnati-based O'Rourke Wrecking Company for the deconstruction project. Premier also plans to use local subcontractors, though it did not identify other companies.

 

Abatement work on the Good Sam site began in early March, and O'Rourke will start interior finish removal next week. They will begin with the Seton building.

 

O'Rourke is expected to begin demolition of the hospital's exterior in April, and deconstruction will continue through the end of the first quarter in 2020. Demolition and site prep will cost approximately $10.4 million, Premier says.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/25/good-samaritan-hospital-demolition-to-begin-in.html

 

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Clayton...going...urban?

 

How Clayton is cutting zoning time in half in a busy sector of town

 

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The North Main Street corridor in Clayton has never really given off a Main Street vibe that you see in towns where people enjoy walking in and out of local shops, cafes, galleries, markets and historic buildings.

 

Instead, Clayton’s Main Street is a highly traveled commuter corridor dotted with retail strip centers and office buildings fronted by huge asphalt parking lots. There’s new hope, though, that the picture of this area will change thanks to the Main Street Overlay District that was adopted in May of 2017.

 

“We’ve never really had a city center where you can say, ‘This is Clayton,’” said Jennifer Barclay, city planner. “Our residents desire a more small-town feel.”

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The overlay zoning district, “will allow developers and landowners to construct mixed-use buildings and encourage a more walkable and aesthetically pleasing environment along Main Street," according to the city's website.

 

The goal is to create a more walkable corridor and “provide a variety of development options that work seamlessly with the physical character of Main Street while encouraging a mix of uses,” the city continues.

 

Full article below:

https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/27/how-clayton-is-cutting-zoning-time-in-half-in-a.html


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^What's hilarious is the fact that Clayton has an actual downtown....

 

It's on the far western edge of town, right next to 49 North exit off I-70 (Exit 24).

 

It was originally called Salem, and Salem Ave. went there. There's not much to it. Apparently even civic leaders in Clayton forgot their own history.

 

 

If Clayton can pull it off, great, but housing values there are not increasing.

They already have a failed new urbanist development that hopefully can be re-launched but the odds of that being a success are long.

Plus the North Main corridor they are planning to make urban south to downtown is one of the most blighted commercial corridors in Ohio... not that the city of Clayton can really impact that corridor but it'll certainly impact what scared suburbanites think about moving to the north end of the corridor in Clayton.

 

I'm hoping they have the budget for the streetscape improvements at least, it'll be a good first step for keeping North Main up there from becoming as blighted as the rest of North Main in Dayton.

 

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Speedway moves ahead with HQ expansion project

 

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The largest company in the Dayton region is moving forward with its plans to expand its corporate headquarters.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/04/01/speedway-moves-ahead-with-hq-expansion-project.html


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I'd rather a big tower downtown (maybe with the largest Speedy Freeze dispenser in the world inside), but yay for the local economy regardless!

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Trotwood: We can win Fuyao expansion

 

The executive director of Trotwood’s community improvement corporation (CIC) thinks the city has “at least” a 50-50 shot at winning a distribution site linked to Fuyao Glass America’s Moraine complex.

However, decision-makers at Fuyao aren’t publicly discussing the matter.

For months, leaders at Moraine-based Fuyao Glass America — the complex the company says is the world’s largest factory producing automotive safety glass — have talked of the need to secure additional warehousing space.

 

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https://www.daytondailynews.com/business/trotwood-can-win-fuyao-expansion/9FEbCkt5GRJORvIWi46g4J/?icmp=cmgoBusinessStoryLink

 

 

...Looks like it'd be a 250,000 - 300,000 square foot warehouse if it were to be built.

It also looks like most of this warehousing is currently being done in Moraine in part of their building / former GM Moraine.

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As Carrollton Plaza demolition wraps up, city aims to create an entertainment destination

 

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All the skills and patience Mike Lucking has honed as a fisherman are coming in handy as West Carrollton’s economic development director waits to lure in developers to remold the exit 47 area off Interstate 75 into a regional destination.

 

“This is casting a wide net,” Lucking said. “We're going to be very deliberate in terms of what type of development we do there. We're looking for quality mixed-used development; things that are entertainment-oriented or sports-themed. Even a small arena is something that we've explored. ... I don't know how long it's going to take to make that develop, but we can afford to be patient.”

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/04/15/as-carrollton-plaza-demolition-wraps-up-city-aims.html


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West Carrollton plans redevelopment of historic downtown

 

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The city of West Carrollton is planning to invest $1 million to revitalize its downtown corridor.

 

West Carrollton Economic Development Director Mike Lucking said the city established a TIF (Tax Increment Financing) area about 12 years ago to help renovate the former Fraser Paper site on South Elm Street. Lucking said West Carrollton City Council recently enacted legislation to create a new TIF area, expanding the boundaries of the original version to include West Carrollton's historic downtown, which starts around the intersection of South Elm Street and West Central Avenue.

 

Lucking said in addition to broadening the scope of the TIF, city council also created a "rolling TIF" to allow for up to 30 years of financing for the new parts of the TIF area. The oldest buildings in downtown West Carrollton date back about 100 years, he said.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/04/18/west-carrollton-plans-redevelopment-of-historic.html


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Area surrounding Rose Music Center could see future developments

 

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One of Huber Height's premier attractions is in the midst of its 2019 concert season. In addition to this year's diverse lineup of world traveling acts, the venue's surrounding area is also gaining some traction too.

 

The Stuart & Mimi Rose Music Center at The Heights has been in operation since 2015 and is located at 6800 Executive Blvd. The fully covered, outdoor amphitheater is complete with 4,200 seats. A number of well-known artists have graced the Rose's stage, including Patti LaBelle, Steve Martin and Martin Short, ZZ Top, The Goo Goo Dolls, The Beach Boys, Diana Ross and more.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/05/20/area-surrounding-rose-music-center-could-see.html


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Vision for redeveloped Good Sam site coming together as demolition continues

 

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As the walls of Good Samaritan Hospital start to fall, ideas are forming on how to redevelop what was once the site of one of the Dayton region's largest medical centers.

 

Good Sam, a former Premier Health hospital that shut down in July after officials determined it was unsustainable, is in the process of being demolished. Abatement work began in early March and exterior deconstruction started in late April by O'Rourke Wrecking Company, a Cincinnati firm hired for the project.

 

The buildings are being removed one at a time beginning with the Seton Hall facility, also known as the former Dayton Heart Hospital. O'Rourke will then demo the pavilion, which is near the emergency room parking lot.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/05/30/vision-for-redeveloped-good-sam-site-coming.html


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They should at least build something tall there so there can still be that great view of downtown!

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Historic cemetery receives grant for restoration projects

 

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A cemetery near downtown Dayton received a significant grant from The Kettering Fund that will go toward the renovation of three historic structures.

 

The Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum will mainly use the grant for the restoration and preservation of the historic chapel, as well as the administration building and the front gates. The structures are 132 years old and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The cemetery itself is listed as a National Historic District by the U.S. Department of the Interior.

 

The undisclosed gift will push Woodland's fundraising goal closer to the halfway mark of the total funds needed for the project, which is $7.6 million.

 

“This contribution from The Kettering Fund is such a wonderful legacy gift, especially considering all of the Kettering family members who are interred at Woodland,” said Tony Huffman, board member and campaign chair of Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum. “Mrs. Virginia Kettering especially was dedicated to the cemetery and its history, beauty and mission. We cannot thank the family enough for their continued support of Woodland and the entire Dayton community.”

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/06/28/historic-cemetery-receives-grant-for-restoration.html


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Wright Station developers hope to attract 'community partner' tenants

 

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A new mixed-use development coming to Springboro has already secured its first tenants.

 

Located near the intersection of State Routes 73 and 741, Wright Station will welcome the Springboro Performing Arts Center this fall and Warped Wing Brewing's second location, the Warped Wing Barrel Room & Smokery, in summer 2020.

 

The $10 million development is a partnership between the city of Springboro and Beavercreek-based Synergy & Mills Development, and will include roughly 35,000 square feet of additional buildings planned for potential restaurant or retail users, according to John Kopilchack, director of development at Synergy & Mills.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/08/07/wright-station-developers-hope-to-attract.html

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^Speaking of New Urbanism/lifestyle centers, I was poking around YARD&Company's website, and found these two great masterplan renderings for new "downtowns" for Trotwood and Harrison Township. I love seeing that even the really rough corners of the metro are taking interest in urban planning; these might not get built exactly in this form, but at least local governments are putting ambitious ideas out there that aren't just strip malls.^Speaking of New Urbanism/lifestyle centers, I was poking around YARD&Company's website, and found these two great masterplan renderings for new "downtowns" for Trotwood and Harrison Township. I love seeing that even the really rough corners of the metro are taking interest in urban planning; these might not get built exactly in this form, but at least local governments are putting ambitious ideas out there that aren't just strip malls.

 

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Trotwood?! 

 

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Harrison Township?!


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If I EVER see a "brewery" in Shiloh, it'll be the day I vote for...oh, nevermind. 😄


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Damn... considering how those areas are now, those renderings are gorgeous! It takes dreams to make things happen, so who knows? If that Trotwood rendering happened I'd love to be able to walk over there and have lunch.

 

Here's the link to the Trotwood proposal:

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I'm not finding the Harrison Twp. one as easily, but will keep looking because I'm really curious about it lol

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Springboro working to celebrate historic downtown, improve safety

 

The city of Springboro is working to improve and celebrate its downtown district with events for the community and plans to increase safety.

 

The city is currently working on a new Bike and Pedestrian Plan that is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year.

 

The first Bike and pedestrian plan was in 2013 and recommended improvements to address safety concerns. Ninety percent of the phase one plans are completed, said Dan Boron, planning consultant for the city of Springboro. Many of the concerns centered around South Main Street, which runs through the center of downtown.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/08/14/springboro-working-to-celebrate-historic-downtown.html

 

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Wow, a feature in the Irish Times of all places...

 

Ohio’s swing city fights for a new future ahead of 2020 election

 

A city of 140,000, Dayton is trying to shed a decades-long legacy of industrial decline and socioeconomic decay that, in the 2016 presidential election, contributed to voters backing a Republican Party candidate for the first time in almost 30 years.

 

 

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https://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/us/ohio-s-swing-city-fights-for-a-new-future-ahead-of-2020-election-1.3927427

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The only thing I nitpick about that was that Dayton did NOT vote for Trump, but Montgomery County did.  Dayton's only ~25% of the county.

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That is an interesting article!

 

Since this has become the de facto Good Sam Hospital thread, here's a picture I took earlier this week mid-demolition:

 

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Wow, nuts.


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I haven't seen an "official" date yet, but Century Bar is having a "goodbye party" for their old space on September 28, so I bet they'll move into their new space next door sometime in early October. 

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New details revealed for multimillion-dollar Centerville project

 

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A slew of new restaurants, walkable streetscape and unique building concepts are among new details revealed about Centerville's multimillion-dollar shopping center redevelopment project.

 

Centerville Place, a 330,000-square-foot shopping center located at State Route 48 between Sheehan and Spring Valley roads, will be undergoing a $130 million mixed-used redevelopment project. The conceptual site plan for the center shows a variety of spaces designated for retail, residential, restaurants, offices, green space and parking. Leading the efforts is well-known Dayton-area developer Dillin LLC.

 

Larry Dillin, president and CEO of Dillin LLC, presented details regarding the project at the city of Centerville's planning commission meeting Oct. 29.

 

Dillin explained the project will be broken down into three phases — phase 1A, phase 1B and phase 2. Phase 1A will begin first, tearing down the former Kroger location and removing every square inch of pavement in this area.

 

Once construction efforts are complete, the goal is to open all buildings on the same day and have one large grand opening event. This section includes the Lock 27 Brewing location, featuring a rooftop patio overlooking the park; two new banks; and a mix of restaurants and retail.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/10/31/new-details-revealed-for-multimillion-dollar.html


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Developer wants to rehab landmark Dayton building

 

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A Washington, D.C.-based developer has purchased a Santa Clara neighborhood building minutes from downtown Dayton.

Richard Holzer said he intends to find retail and residential tenants for the 14,000-square-foot, art-deco building with a curving front at 1921 to 1931 N. Main St., near the intersection of Santa Clara and Victor avenues. The building is across the street from the building that once housed the Upper Krust restaurant.

 

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https://www.dayton.com/business/developer-intends-bring-new-life-dayton-building/MxNPiqhNfFzmKwKe4F8PCM/?fbclid=IwAR0id1OhjWv4Eu465Fu7g8O6QMibR46lN83gprcwOkjXmxJpxWcV49LNpGw

 

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That's great news for the Santa Clara neighborhood.


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Multimillion-dollar Centerville redevelopment project moves forward

 

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Plans for a multimillion-dollar shopping center redevelopment project in Centerville are set to move forward, following approval from the city's planning commission.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/11/20/multimillion-dollar-centerville.html


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Trotwood nonprofit seeks funding to redevelop former Sears store

 

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A Trotwood nonprofit is seeking government funding to redevelop a vacant Sears store at the site of a former mall.

 

Trotwood Community Improvement Corp. submitted a funding application through the the Dayton Region Priority Development and Advocacy Committee — staffed by the Dayton Development Coalition — which is evaluating the request along with dozens of others after a public comment period. 

 

The project aims to rehabilitate the Sears store at the former Salem Mall in Trotwood. The 127,000-square-foot building is located on a 16-acre parcel. The former Sears building is the only thing left standing since the mall officially closed in 2006.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/12/02/trotwood-nonprofit-seeks-funding-to-redevelop.html


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Groups to invest $30M to redevelop hospital site, neighborhoods

 

Premier Health and the city of Dayton seek to foster positive redevelopment of neighborhoods in the northwest part of the city. They are pledging a combined $30 million to redevelop the former Good Samaritan Hospital site and surrounding neighborhoods.

 

The health system and city have each pledged $15 million to leverage in the redevelopment of the hospital campus, which closed in July 2018. The commitment over the next decade extends a revitalization partnership that began more than 15 years ago as the Phoenix Project.

 

“The success of Northwest Dayton is key to the health of our region,” said Mary Boosalis, president and CEO of Premier Health. “Our health system takes its responsibility as a corporate citizen seriously, and we’re dedicated to doing our part to attract significant reinvestment and energy to the neighborhoods surrounding the former Good Samaritan Hospital campus.”

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/12/02/groups-to-invest-30m-to-redevelop-hospital-site.html


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Massive Wright-Patt project set for construction after Trump signs $738B defense bill

 

President Donald Trump has signed a massive defense bill that will allow for the completion of the largest single-site construction project in the history of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

 

On Friday, Trump signed into law the fiscal year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act — a $738 billion spending package that includes remaining funds for an expansion of the National Air and Space Intelligence Center at Wright-Patt. The final $120.9 million that was authorized ensures the project will finish construction, which is expected to begin in mid-2020.

 

The $182 million project includes a new 255,000-square-foot facility known as the "Intelligence Production Complex," which would expand the NASIC campus by 40 percent. The expansion aims to modernize NASIC's facilities — which lawmakers say are overcrowded and outdated — while providing additional space for workers. NASIC has seen an average increase of 100 new employees annually over a 15-year period.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/12/23/massive-wright-patt-project-set-for-construction.html

 

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Does anyone have any information / inside scoop on a senior living project planned in Sugarcreek township.  It is planned to be by the Centerville shopping center. It was approved in 2017 and was suppose to begin construction in 2018.  Then in 2019 they said they would begin and nothing has happened.  It is called The Grand Sugarcreek.  

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Dayton-area apartment complex to debut this spring

 

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A new apartment complex is making its way to the Dayton region, aiming to welcome tenants this May.

 

Parkview Apartments in Huber Heights is expecting move-ins May 1. The apartment complex, located on Brandt Pike and Shull Road, will feature 308 apartments including one-, two- and three-bedroom garden and townhome-style apartments.

 

The apartment complex is currently in construction and is expecting full completion Spring 2021. Metropolitan Holdings, Columbus-based real estate developer, is both the management company and construction company for this project.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/19/dayton-area-apartment-complex-to-debut-this-spring.html


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Downtown Huber Heights?

City makes shopping center buy in revitalization efforts

 

The city of Huber Heights has purchased the Marian Shopping Center for part of its revitalization efforts on Brandt Pike.

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Instead, Huber Heights hopes to create a focal point for the city. The relatively new city doesn’t have a traditional downtown or center anchor, according to Chodkowski.

 

Huber Heights, formerly known as Wayne Township, was incorporated in 1981.

 

“We really want this project and we believe this project, when it is complete, will help define what is that center of Huber Heights,” Chodkowski said.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/05/04/city-makes-shopping-center-buy-in-revitalization.html


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City buys former farmland for commercial redevelopment

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The city of Huber Heights is partnering with a national real estate consulting firm on how to best redevelop a plot of land recently purchased by the city.

 

City officials want to redevelop 52 acres of the former Lehman Farms at Executive Boulevard and Brandt Pike. They are looking to experts at SB Friedman Development Advisors in Chicago to plan and implement new infrastructure.

 

Bryan Chodkowski, assistant city manager, said hiring an outside company like SB Friedman will help give city officials a fresh perspective.

 

“We really want to bring people to Huber that normally wouldn’t come to the area," Chodkowski said. "By having someone from the outside contribute we were able to avoid some of the bias that comes with loving your city.”

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/05/07/city-buys-former-farmland-for-commercial.html


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Officials provide update on Good Sam redevelopment in west Dayton

 

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Covid-19 isn't stopping the redevelopment of the former Good Samaritan Hospital site.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/05/21/west-dayton-good-sam-update.html


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