Developer will invest up to $75M to transform former DP&L plant into “economic powerhouse”

The Frontier Group of Companies “has big plans” for the former DP&L Hutchings Station property in Miami Township and hopes to “make the location into the viable, job producing site it once was — albeit with a broader mix of uses and opportunities for investment,” the Dayton Business Journal reports. Frontier Business Development Director Pat Ford said the total investment for the planned mixed-use commercial development that will center around “manufacturing/industrial, residential and recreational uses” could “range between $50 million and $75 million,” according to the article. Solar energy “will be a big component” of the former coal-fired power plant site “as it transforms from an industrial brownfield into a green energy facility.” For more, read the full article.

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