Dayton, developer reach agreement for project that could bring 400 new jobs

The City of Dayton has reached a purchase option agreement with NorthPoint Development for land at the Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport, where the company hopes to develop “a high-tech manufacturing project that could bring 400 new jobs to the area,” the Dayton Daily News reports. The city “has been working with NorthPoint to attract ‘Project Flyer’ to the property,” which is in the Joint Economic Development District (JEDD) between Dayton and Miami Township, according to the article. NorthPoint has “constructed around half a dozen buildings near the Dayton International Airport, totaling more than 3 million square feet of space that employ more than 2,200 people.” For more, read the full article.

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