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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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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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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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Stakeholders see downtown Dayton on the rise

Tuesday’s annual Downtown Dayton Special Improvement District meeting was an opportunity for downtown’s stakeholders, investors and champions to gather and view the progress that downtown has made, particularly since the beginning of 2015, and to set sights to the future

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Student Suites project moves forward

Dayton City Commissioners on Wednesday night approved spending an additional $215,000 to complete the demolition and cleanup of the former Schwind Building property, which was a hurdle preventing the $18 million Student Suites project from moving forward. – See more … Continued