Fifth “giant building” project at Dayton airport could bring new jobs total to 2,500

A Missouri-based company that is helping make Dayton International Airport “a hotbed of economic activity” wants to add to its investment in the airport, the Journal-News reports. Missouri-based NorthPoint Development has “completed one large facility at the airport, has two others under construction,” a fourth beginning construction this month, and wants to add a fifth, according to the article. If the city approves their request to purchase the land for the fifth building, the company’s total investment at the airport “would likely exceed $90 million and its projects would be responsible for creating more than 2,500 jobs,” said Terry Slaybaugh, Dayton’s director of aviation. For more, read the full article.

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