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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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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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Downtown Dayton housing demand holds strong

Housing is at the heart of the city’s downtown comeback and, with current apartments and homes almost all spoken for, there appears to be room for much more.

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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.

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Construction boom: 10 downtown Dayton projects

Greater downtown Dayton is in the midst of a healthy construction boom that promises to bring new jobs, housing, amenities, entertainment and infrastructure upgrades.

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Downtown investment exceeds $1B this decade

Investments made or planned for downtown have surpassed the $1 billion mark since 2010, a milestone in the effort to re-energize the center city, and a benchmark that speaks to many projects yet to come.