The large-scale redevelopment of the Dayton Arcade took many momentous steps forward in 2019. From a financial closing, to a new book and documentary, and the announcement of a handful of tenants.
Developers behind the Dayton Arcade project have offered new details on the housing component of the massive, multi-million-dollar redevelopment effort.
Dayton’s home for technology acceleration and business development has received millions in new funding to support local startups. The Entrepreneurs Center received $10.8 million in new funding from the Ohio Third Frontier Commission to expand support efforts for innovative entrepreneurs active in the region’s startup scene. The center leads the region’s Entrepreneurial Services Provider (ESP) network, an Ohio Third Frontier …
A local arts and culture advocacy organization has been named the Dayton Arcade’s newest tenant. The relocation adds to the enthusiasm around the major renovation project.
In an effort to promote the redevelopment of the Dayton Arcade — one of the largest and most complex projects in the city’s history — developers behind the initiative have unveiled a new brand. Arcade developers McCormack Baron Salazar and Cross Street Partners engaged Dayton advertising agency Catapult Creative to create branding for the Arcade redevelopment, including a new logo …
A lifelong resident of the Miami Valley is writing a new book on the Dayton Arcade and is seeking input from local residents who have ties to the historic block of downtown buildings. Tom Gilliam, an IT support professional and freelance photographer, says he has always been “mesmerized” by the Arcade, dating back to a trip he took there with …
The long-awaited financial closure by developers of the Dayton Arcade is now complete. Earlier this month, Dayton city commissioners voted on a variety of legislation, property tax incentives and energy improvements to prepare for the $90 million financial closing of the first phase of the Arcade project.
The city of Dayton has approved nine items related to the Dayton Arcade redevelopment, setting the stage for the project’s much anticipated financial close.
The University of Dayton and The Entrepreneurs Center have committed to a 10-year lease for the Arcade, bringing hundreds of UD faculty, staff and students, comprehensive entrepreneurial support services and thousands of square feet of working space for local startups to the downtown area.
Demolition and abatement has allowed for unprecedented access to the top of the iconic rotunda that serves as the focal point of the Dayton Arcade.