After about four years in the Oregon District, Crafted & Cured has decided to move into the Dayton Arcade, joining a growing group of tenants who want to be part of the iconic complex’s resurgence.
Some of downtown Dayton’s largest projects will continue despite the ongoing pandemic. Projects, like the Dayton Arcade, are still full speed ahead.
DAYTON, OHIO (WKEF-WRGT)- Local government officials met with Lt. Governor Jon Husted to discuss workforce development in the Miami Valley. From the Fire Blocks District, to Wright Patterson Air Force Base, and even the Dayton Arcade, there’s been millions of dollars invested into Dayton work development projects. Officials said Dayton will soon be reaping the benefits.
UPDATED: It’s been three months since restoration work began at the iconic Dayton Arcade building in downtown. People who walk down Main Street can now see clear through the old McCrory’s building windows, through to the Arcade’s rotunda, and to the other side on Ludlow.