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From the 10/10/05 Dayton Business Journal:

 

 

WSU breaks ground on medical project

 

Wright State University School of Medicine broke ground Monday on its project to renovate and add to its 59,000-square-foot medical center.

 

The first phase of the renovation will cost $4.6 million and include an 18,000-square-foot addition that contains a 150-seat lecture hall and new anatomy learning center. It also involves renovating the existing lobby into student life areas...

 

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From the 9/13/06 (WSU) Guardian:

 

 

PHOTO: Student Aaron Grimes (above at a construction site) says "It'a great to see Wright State growing. I hope it gets even bigger in the future."  Media Credit: Jennalee Ziegler

 

Construction, renovations should be done by 2010

Dominique Ortolano

Issue date: 9/13/06 Section: News

 

Poor soil conditions and other problems have slowed down construction around campus that should have been completed in the fall.

 

Student Union construction is still ongoing. The new fitness center, now planned to open in October, will be more open and will have a climbing wall installed...

 

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It is hillarious that you would post that pic! LOL.

 

Good for Wright State, they possibly have an uglier campus than Kent.

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Possibly?  They do.


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A press release from the Governor, 10/27/06:

 

 

TAFT CELEBRATES OPENING OF JOSHI RESEARCH CENTER AT WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY

State-of-the-Art Research Facility to Highlight Success of Third Frontier Project

 

DAYTON (October 27, 2006) - Governor Bob Taft today joined Wright State University officials and local business leaders to celebrate the opening of the Joshi Research Center. The new 50,000 square foot facility will house daytaOhio, the Wright Center of Innovation for Advanced Data Management and Analysis, and research facilities for Wright State's College of Engineering and Computer Science. The project is expected to spur the creation of 500 jobs over three years, and is part of the Governor's Third Frontier Project, a statewide effort to create Ohio jobs by expanding the state's high-tech research capabilities.

 

"Through the Third Frontier Project, we're supporting new and emerging industries and laying the foundation for Ohio to attract more high-tech and high-paying jobs," said Taft. "The Joshi Research Center demonstrates Ohio's commitment to grow new business and compete in today's knowledge-based economy."

 

The Krishan and Vicky Joshi Research Center is a $10 million building expansion of the Fritz and Delores Russ Engineering Center, and will focus on developing and commercializing new technology, especially in the fields of advanced data management and analysis. The facility will bring together world-class data management researchers and entrepreneurs to promote the commercialization of new technologies. It will also allow the college to help train engineers and computer scientists with the innovation and leadership skills needed to grow the state's economy.

 

Taft joined Wright State University Provost and President-elect David Hopkins, Wright State President Kim Goldenberg, naming donors for the building Krishan and Vicky Joshi, daytaOhio President Paul Cashen, state Senator Steve Austria, state Representative Kevin DeWine and community business leaders for the opening ceremony today.

 

The daytaOhio project received $12.6 million in Wright capital and operating funds through the Third Frontier Project. The Dayton area has received approximately $40 million in Third Frontier funding to date, including the $12.6 million in Wright funds to Wright State University.

 

http://www.governor.ohio.gov/releases/102706JoshiResearch.htm

 

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Joshi center can offer virtual tours of almost anything, in 3-D no less

By Jim DeBrosse

Staff Writer

Monday, November 20, 2006

 

FAIRBORN — A Houston oil company considering a billion-dollar offshore drilling site will first explore the ocean depths in more detail — thousands of miles inland at Wright State University.

 

At Wright State's new Joshi Research Center, analysts at daytaOhio will massage the company's sounding data so that imaging equipment created by Barco Simulation can project a 3-D model of the drilling site onto a wall 8-feet high and 20-feet wide...

 

http://www.daytondailynews.com/n/content/oh/story/news/local/2006/11/19/ddn112006vwsidebar.html

 

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From the 1/23/07 DDN:

 

 

Wright State unveils $6.2 million addition at its school of medicine

By Anthony Gottschlich

Staff Writer

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

 

FAIRBORN The new digs at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine are so impressive, "It almost makes me want to go back to medical school," Wright State President Kim Goldenberg said Monday.

 

"Notice the word 'almost,' " Goldenberg said to a chuckling audience at the official unveiling of an 18,000-square-foot addition to White Hall, formerly known as the Fred A. White Health Center...

 

http://www.daytondailynews.com/n/content/oh/story/news/local/2007/01/23/ddn012307medschool.html

 

 

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From the 2/16/07 DDN:

 

 

Wright State opens its new neuroscience center today

University's medical school is investing $632,000 in center over two years for personnel, equipment and projects.

By Anthony Gottschlich

Staff Writer

Friday, February 16, 2007

 

FAIRBORN Wright State University's medical school opens its Comprehensive Neuroscience Center today, a new program designed to boost research efforts across an array of neurological disciplines.

 

Boonshoft School of Medicine leaders say the center will build upon its Center for Brain Research, focusing on neurological, developmental, cognitive, psychiatric and trauma-induced nervous-system disorders...

 

http://www.daytondailynews.com/n/content/oh/story/news/local/2007/02/15/ddn021607braincenter.html

 

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From the 2/28/07 (WSU) Guardian:

 

 

Classes still at Holiday Inn

Campus renovations have resulted in continued classroom deficiency

Amanda Kauppila

Issue date: 2/28/07 Section: News

 

During renovation at Wright State, a classroom deficiency has resulted in classes being held at the Holiday Inn, complete with an indoor pool and bar.

 

Marian Hogue, university registrar, said there were seven nursing classes being held at the Holiday Inn.

 

These are classes that meet outside the established time blocks, and are difficult to schedule because they affect classes before and after the time block as well...

 

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From the 4/4/07 (WSU) Guardian:

 

 

Rike Hall next in line for campus-wide renovations

Emily Franklin

Issue date: 4/4/07 Section: News

 

During the spring and summer quarters, Rike Hall will be under construction to improve comfort levels and to provide a better mix of classroom sizes to meet university needs, Williams said.

 

"The Rike Hall construction is a necessary short-term inconvenience that will hopefully provide a long-term improved classroom environment for students and faculty," said business professor Jim Greenspan...

 

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Local college eyes 160-unit housing development

 

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Antioch College in Yellow Springs is considering its options on a new housing development that could mean upwards of 160 residential units.

 

The school's board of trustees has begun preliminary planning for the new housing project, to be called "Antioch College Village." It would mean up to 160 market-rate and affordable housing units developed on some of the school's surplus land in Yellow Springs, officials tell me.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2015/10/20/exclusive-local-college-eyes-160-unit-housing.html


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Xenia considers options to redevelop historic building

 

Xenia is considering the options to redevelop a historic former library building.

 

The city will vote Thursday to spend $25,000 on a study for the Xenia Carnegie Library building at 194 E. Church St. near downtown. The Carnegie Neighborhood Association would provide another $5,000 for the study.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/blog/2015/12/xenia-considers-options-to-redevelop-historic.html


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New lofts planned for Xenia building

 

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The new owner of a downtown Xenia building plans to renovate the upper floors to loft style apartments.

 

The 10 W. Main St. building sold for $210,000 in a sale that closed Dec. 28 according to Greene County property records.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/01/19/new-lofts-planned-for-xenia-building.html


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University considers new dorm project

 

Wilberforce University may be looking to build a new modular dormitory on its campus.

 

The school has posted a request for qualifications seeking a general contractor for a 250-plus bed residence hall that could be build on its Greene County campus along Bickett Road. The school says the building would need parking for at least 100 cars and ample campus green space.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/04/04/university-considers-new-dorm-project.html


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Downtown Xenia building up for auction, eyed for mixed-use

 

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The vacant three-floor, 90,000-square-foot property building will be up for bid May 17.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/04/08/downtown-xenia-building-up-for-auction-eyed-for.html


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Inside the new Tom Hanks Center for Motion Pictures

 

The new Tom Hanks Center for Motion Pictures at Wright State University will feature state-of-the-art technology for film and media production.

 

Hanks was personally in attendance to dedicate the 14,500-square-foot building, which will be open to students this year. It features sound stages, production areas, offices and classroom space and will be the new focal point for the school's film production programs. The new center is triple the size of the previous space.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/04/20/inside-the-new-tom-hanks-center-for-motion.html


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University plans $8.5M library project

 

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Central State University will begin this summer on the first phase of a two-part project to renovate its Hallie Q. Brown Memorial Library.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/print-edition/2016/04/22/university-plans-8-5m-library-project.html


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Greene County school plans new $3.3M residence hall

 

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Cedarville University is planning a new residence hall.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/05/12/greene-county-school-plans-new-3-3residence-hall.html


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Unique 32-unit Yellow Springs development greenlit

 

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Antioch College has greenlit a 32-home development as the pilot phase of a long-discussed multi-generational community near downtown Yellow Springs.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/06/28/exclusive-unique32-unit-yellow-springs-development.html


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Xenia building auctioned to developer considering mixed-use project

 

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The owner of a historic building in downtown Xenia is under contract with a developer considering a mixed-use project.

 

The Eavey Building, at 17 W. Third St., was auctioned in May by Ric Moody, of Dayton Commercial Realty, to a new owner.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/07/07/xenia-building-auctioned-to-developer-considering.html


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$1.6M plan to make downtown Xenia more walkable, bikeable

 

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Xenia officials are eager to move ahead with a $1.6 million plan to improve its main roads and make them more friendly to foot and bike traffic.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/08/16/1-6m-plan-to-make-downtown-xenia-more-walkable.html


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Dayton-area university to launch $3.3M housing project

 

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A Greene County university is beginning the construction on a $3.3 million new dorm.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/08/18/dayton-area-university-to-launch-3-3m-housing.html


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Greene County township plans $4.5M administrative building

 

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Wright State University is selling part of its land in Yellow Springs where the township government has plans for a new administrative office and fire station.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/10/26/greene-county-township-plans-4-5m-administrative.html


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Dayton-area sports facility gets $1M donation

 

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A new sports facility in Xenia is getting a boost with a $1 million donation.

 

Indianapolis-based security group Defenders Inc. says it is donating $1 million to Athletes in Action in support of the Wooden Family Fieldhouse project in Xenia.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/11/29/dayton-area-sports-facility-gets-1m-donation.html


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Tax credits awarded to help rehab historic Xenia building

 

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Xenia officials hope that historic tax credits will help redevelop a building in their downtown — and that it will be the first in a larger revival of the entire town.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/12/20/tax-credits-awarded-to-help-rehab-historic-xenia.html


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Dayton-area university putting $20M into campus upgrades

 

Central State University will invest more than $20 million into construction and upgrades around campus.

 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2017/06/16/dayton-area-university-putting-20m-into-campus.html


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New hotel coming to Beavercreek

 

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A new chain of hotels from Hilton that focuses on affordability and catering to a younger customer base will be coming to Beavercreek.

 

A building permit was approved earlier this week for $7.8 million at 3813 Colonel Glenn Highway. The address will be the future site of a Tru by Hilton hotel, according to Beavercreek planning director Jeff McGrath.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2017/10/03/tru-by-hilton-hotel-coming-to-beavercreek.html


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New mixed-use development planned for former site of Beavercreek restaurant

 

 

A new mixed-use project is coming to Beavercreek.

 

 

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Longtime area developer eyes potential mixed-use project in Beavercreek

 

A Beavercreek-based developer is considering ten acres of land for a potential mixed-use project, but says that currently, the plans are in their earliest stages.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2017/12/04/longtime-area-developer-eyes-potential-mixed.html


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Xenia historic home granted nearly $88,000

 

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In downtown Xenia, the Nesbitt House at 136 W. Second St. received $87,822 in historic tax credits. The home will be redeveloped into four apartment units, and was purchased earlier this year by Zeller Insurance Agency.

 

The goal of redeveloping the Nesbitt House, which was built in the late 19th century, is to bring more housing to Xenia's downtown core.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2017/12/19/dayton-arcade-receives-4m-in-historic-tax-credits.html


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$17M YMCA expansion project in Xenia breaks ground

 

A $17 million construction project announced last summer is finally under way in downtown Xenia.

 

Crews have broken ground on the REACH Center, a 75,000-square-foot educational, health care and senior services facility. The Xenia YMCA and the Xenia Adult Recreation and Services Center will relocate to the new complex. The center also will house Clark State Community College and Central State University satellite campuses and a new Kettering Health Network medical office.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/04/06/17m-ymca-expansion-project-in-xeniabreaks-ground.html


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Dayton-area university to construct $24M student residence hall

 

Students at Central State University will soon have another option for on-campus housing.

 

The university, based in Wilberforce, is building its first apartment-style residence hall, with construction set to begin April 27. The $24 million complex will feature studio, one-, two- and four-bedroom apartments, along with a health and wellness center, a wellness plaza and an outdoor activity space.

 

The 250-bed facility, to be constructed behind McPherson Stadium, will be the largest single-residential building on campus, according to Central State officials.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/04/20/dayton-area-university-to-construct-24m-student.html


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Dayton-area university unveils new construction projects

 

A Dayton-area college has unveiled a 10-year master plan that calls for the construction of several buildings, expansions of existing structures and new academic programs.

 

The board of trustees at Cedarville University, located in the Greene County village of Cedarville, affirmed the campus plan at a recent meeting.

 

These projects will not only enhance the campus, they also may provide work for area builders and suppliers.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/05/15/dayton-area-university-unveils-new-construction.html

 

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Wright State receives $13.5M in state funding for campus projects

 

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Renovations in Dunbar Library, repairs to the tunnels and an upgrade to the wireless and wired networks are among the projects Wright State University will pursue thanks to new funding from the state of Ohio.

 

Wright State received more than $13.5 million from the state’s two-year capital budget that was approved in spring 2018. The university will use the funds to address nine deferred-maintenance projects.

 

“Given the university has a sizeable deferred-maintenance inventory, the team targeted the majority of projects toward addressing some of the more sensitive or necessary deferred-maintenance items,” said Greg Sample, chief real estate and facilities officer for Wright State, in a release.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/08/17/wright-state-receives-13-5m-in-state-funding-for.html


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Cedarville University to embark on $13.3M new residence hall

 

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A Dayton-area university will add a $13.3 million new residence hall for the next school year.

 

Cedarville University trustees have approved the construction of a 63,000-square-foot residence hall with approximately 300 beds to address the university's increasing need for student housing after welcoming two consecutive record freshman classes.

 

The three-story residence hall will provide private lounge areas on each wing for men and women, and a central common lounge on the first floor, according to a news release. The new facility will be located near current apartment-style housing and in close proximity to the school's athletic complex. The residence hall will also include four accessible rooms for students with disabilities and an apartment for the resident director.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/10/15/cedarville-university-to-embark-on-13-3m-new.html


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NBA legend donates $1M to Dayton-area university

 

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NBA legend and business mogul Earvin "Magic" Johnson has made a significant donation to a Dayton-area university.

 

Johnson, current president of basketball operations for the Los Angeles Lakers, is pledging $1 million to Central State University to support "initiatives designed to promote student success," according to the school.

Speaking at CSU's Hall of Fame Luncheon, Johnson spoke about the importance of giving back to higher learning institutions.

 

"It is so important for our young people to move on and get a degree from a quality institution," Johnson told a crowd of 250 people who gathered for the event. "I love making sure that they receive a quality education and go on to become successful and do great things in our society."

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2018/10/15/nba-legend-donates-1m-to-dayton-area-university.html


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New mixed-use development planned near Dayton-Xenia Road

 

A Dayton-area development firm is planning to revitalize around 12 acres in eastern Beavercreek.

 

Beavercreek-based Synergy Building Systems & Mills Development acquired the acreage just north of Dayton-Xenia and North Fairfield Roads early last year as a speculative project. Synergy & Mills President and CEO Jerad Barnett previously told the Dayton Business Journal the company viewed the acreage as a potential site for mixed-use properties with a "downtown feel."

 

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Local university approves new construction projects, academic programs

 

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A local school has authorized several new projects that will bring additional facilities, restaurants and academic programs to its campus.

 

The board of trustees at Cedarville University, a private Baptist institution located in Greene County, approved these initiatives as it looks to advance a 10-year master plan unveiled last spring. These projects will not only enhance the campus, they also may provide work for area builders and suppliers.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/02/22/local-university-approves-new-construction.html


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Central State receives $1.3M for sports complex upgrades

 

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Central State University is one step closer to its $2 million goal for sports complex upgrades.

 

SodexoMagic, the university's food service provider, has contributed $1.3 million to fund upgrades to the McPherson Memorial Stadium sports complex. Improvements include the addition of a weather-resistant synthetic field and track surface that will allow for year-round activities.

 

Although this is SodexoMagic's largest contribution to date, the company has been supporting the university's missions since 2007.

 

“As a corporate partner with CSU, we’re delighted to make this contribution and support Central State’s efforts in improving their facilities as they continue and serve more students," said Jeff Ervin, Sodexo district manager. “We’re definitely strong believers in CSU’s mission and vision for the future. There’s a special place in our hearts for this university."

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/12/central-state-receives-1-3m-for-sports-complex.html


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Massive Wright-Patt project a step closer to securing remaining funds

 

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Remaining funds for a massive expansion project at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base have been requested in next year's federal budget, mitigating fears that some of this money would be diverted to border security.

 

President Donald Trump requested $120.9 million in funding for a new building at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, which is located at Wright-Patt. If approved, the entire $182 million project would be fully funded.

 

"I strongly support this request and will work to get this funding into the final bill the president signs," U.S. Rep. Mike Turner (R-Dayton) stated.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/14/massive-wright-patt-project-a-step-closer-to.html


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Cedarville University continues campus expansion with new facilities

 

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A Dayton-area university is continuing to expand its campus as part of a 10-year master plan.

 

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Dayton-area university announces new campus projects aided by historic, $7.1M gifts

 

A Dayton-area university is embarking on a bevy of campus projects thanks to an historic donation.

 

Central State University, a historically black college and 1890 Land-Grant institution located in Wilberforce, received more than $7 million in contributions from philanthropist Frank Murphy, as well as University Housing Solutions and SodexoMagic, which is Central State's food service provider.

 

The historic infusion of funding will support several initiatives announced this week by the university. Central State President Cynthia Jackson-Hammond said these projects will help transform the landscape of the campus.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/08/09/dayton-area-university-announces-new-campus.html

 

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Xenia eyes redevelopment of former Kmart site, seeks developers

 

A large parcel of land that previously housed a big box store is being eyed for redevelopment in downtown Xenia.

 

The city of Xenia has submitted a Request for Proposals (RFP) related to a 5.6-acre tract on 200 W. Main St. Xenia economic development officials are seeking a qualified developer to transform this city-owned land — a former Kmart store that has since been demolished — into a mixed-use commercial property.

 

Steve Brodsky, development director for the city of Xenia, said they are open to development suggestions as long as they "add a different mix to the community."

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/02/11/xenia-eyes-redevelopment-of-former-kmart-site.html

 

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New nonprofit forms to support downtown Xenia growth

 

A microbrewery, boutique and multiple coffeeshops have put down roots across downtown Xenia in the past couple years, so local businessowners have banded together to sustain the momentum and encourage additional economic growth.

 

The new nonprofit organization Downtown Xenia Inc. has been meeting weekly since last August to develop a business plan, and it secured $40,000 from Xenia’s city council in December to hire a director by August. This new employee will be tasked with managing the new program and emphasizing what makes the city unique to would-be entrepreneurs.

 

“People aren't going to come to Xenia for Walmart,” said Jennifer Dunn, a self-described “downtown advocate” who co-owns The Eavey Exchange building at 17 W. Third St. and helped develop the business plan. “But they will come to Xenia's downtown to walk around and visit some of these great new shops that have opened and to enjoy our bike trails (since) our hub is mile marker zero for the largest paved trail network in the nation.”

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/10/new-nonprofit-forms-to-support-downtown-xenia.html

 

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NASIC director gives new updates on $182M expansion at Wright-Patt

 

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The largest single-site construction project in the history of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base hit some major milestones in the last year, setting the stage for construction to ramp up in 2020.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/11/exclusive-nasic-director-gives-new-updates-on-182m.html


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New affordable housing units set for downtown Xenia

 

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New apartments are set to come to downtown Xenia, adding utility to vacant space above Xenia Shoe and Leather.

 

The owner of the business, Tim Sontag, has plans to renovate the upper floor of his building, located at 21 E. Main St., into housing units. It's a move he hopes will serve as a model for other building owners downtown.

 

Sontag said the upper floors will have five apartments. Four of those will be one-bedroom apartments, and one will have two bedrooms.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/19/new-affordable-housing-units-set-for-downtown.html


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Xenia property owners seek redevelopment options

 

The new landlords of a 112-year-old grocery warehouse in downtown Xenia remain hopeful the right business-owners will come along to revitalize the 90,000-square-foot space.

 

“The bad news is it's a shell of a building. The good news is it's a shell of a building, and it's wide open. It can become so many different things,” said Jennifer Dunn, who bought the building with her husband at auction in 2016.

 

Dunn previously told DBJ she saw the Eavey building at 17 W. Third St. as a potential catalyst to prove the viability of continued economic investment in downtown Xenia, considering its proximity to the city’s bicycle trails and its walkability.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/04/03/xenia-property-owners-seek-redevelopment-options.html

 

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