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New apartments coming to downtown Dayton

A former industrial property in the Water Street District will soon become an apartment building with 100 units, along with on-site parking.

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Sinclair Community College opens $31M center

The Ned J. Sifferlen Health Sciences Center at Sinclair Community College brings together 53 degree and certificate programs from nine buildings together into one collaborative campus.

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Dayton office spaces targeted in new program

A downtown Dayton program that first offered help for new retail businesses now has launched a similar effort that focuses on connecting businesses with office space in newly renovated buildings.

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Dayton Arcade lands $5M in tax credits

In a major boost for its latest redevelopment plan, the Dayton Arcade has landed $5 million in historic tax credits, state officials announced Wednesday.

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UD in the Arcade: Why it makes sense

University of Dayton will have a presence in the Dayton Arcade, echoing the ideas of another city its developers have looked to for inspiration.