Downtown Dayton approaches $3B in investment since 2010

In the last 12 years, greater downtown Dayton has “seen $2.18 billion worth of projects completed,” and another $848 million in projects currently in the pipeline could push that total to surpass $3 billion, the Dayton Daily News reports. New “amenities and new commercial, restaurant and retail projects are in various stages of development, and some leaders believe 2023 could be a really big year for the urban center,” according to the article. The downtown core has seen “about $628 million worth of projects” completed in the past 12 years and has “$330 million worth of projects in the works.” Among those projects, Crawford Hoying and Woodard Development are working to open the 124-unit Monument apartment complex and the 71-unit Sutton apartment building. The developers are also constructing a new hotel expected to open in early 2023. For more, read the full article (subscription may be required).

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