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Miller-Valentine sets move-in date for new Dayton office as work begins on boutique hotel

 

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As one of the Dayton region's largest companies prepares to move to its new office, work has begun to transform the firm's former location into a hotel.

 

Miller-Valentine Group will move into its new Dayton headquarters on Friday, the company announced. The firm is relocating from its former headquarters at the Barclay Building to 409 E. Monument Ave. in downtown Dayton.

 

Miller-Valentine's Dayton operations and nearly 50 associates are moving into their new home following renovations to the building's second floor. Other tenants in the building include Five Rivers Metro Parks, Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services, Bridge Credit Union and Huntington Bank. The building is located in a bustling part of downtown, near Fifth Third Field and the Water Street District.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/10/09/miller-valentine-sets-move-in-date-for-new.html

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Downtown Dayton's skyline undergoes renovations, buildings gain new ownership

 

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Downtown Dayton's landscape has been changing over the years, with prominent buildings in the city's skyline getting new looks following ownership changes or redevelopment projects.

 

Take a look at what's in store...

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/10/21/downtown-daytons-skyline-undergoes-renovations.html


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Columbus firm plans mixed-use redevelopment of historic building in downtown Dayton

 

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The Reed-Steffan building, which is currently home to the Dayton Chess Club and Tri-College Textbooks, could transform into a mixed-use facility with office, housing and retail space.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/10/21/columbus-firm-plans-mixed-use-redevelopment-of.html


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