34 N. Main

City of Dayton Selects Preferred Developer for 34 N. Main Street

Mike Colvin Downtown Living News, Downtown Progress

The City of Dayton took the next step to redeveloping a vacant 14-story tower at 34 N. Main St., known as the Third National Bank Building and, most recently, Paru Tower. Coon Restoration & Sealants Inc. says it plans to seek historic tax credits to transform the building into market-rate housing, first-floor commercial space, and potentially a boutique hotel. Other projects in Coon‘s portfolio include Onesto Hotel and Bliss Tower Lofts (Canton), Terminal Tower Restoration (Cleveland), and the Mercantile Lofts (Hamilton). City officials cited Coon Restoration’s “impressive design execution and high quality finishes” among reasons the firm was chosen as the preferred developer, as well as the company’s track record of moving quickly and creatively on past projects.

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