In the heart of downtown Dayton stands the Dayton Arcade, the 114- year-old collection of historic buildings that have been vacant for nearly 30 years. After decades of peaks and valleys, the Arcade’s two- phased restoration efforts are officially moving forward.
The local business recently announced it had permanently closed its current shop, and was looking for a new location.
Despite uncertainty surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, developers behind the Dayton Arcade are working to ensure the project’s residential component and anchor tenant are in place by the end of 2020.
Developers behind the Dayton Arcade project have unveiled new renderings and an inside look into the progress being made on the housing portion of the massive redevelopment effort.
Developers behind some of downtown Dayton’s largest projects say their efforts will not be halted due to the Covid-19 outbreak, though there will be some impact on timelines and the ability to attract new tenants.
The largest college in Dayton is now among the growing list of tenants that plan to occupy space at the Dayton Arcade.
All the second- and third-floor office spaces that ring the historic Dayton Arcade’s rotunda have been leased — including a portion to Sinclair Community College, officials said Tuesday.
The University of Dayton is developing a new community partnership project with the goal to uplift the west Dayton area.
A leader in the region’s contemporary arts scene is seeking new funding to support its move to the Dayton Arcade.
A local technology company has entered an agreement with the Dayton Arcade, serving as its anchor tenant’s main technology partner.