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Non-Traditional Office Buildings

 
18 W. Fifth Building | 18 W. Fifth Street
The 18 W. Fifth Building is a landmark in the historic downtown Terra Cotta District. This building features striking storefront facades, three floors above grade, and a 5,000 SF basement. The ground floor fronts Fifth Street and has large storefront windows suited for retail use. The upper two floors offer the possibility of an office and/or residential project.
  • Total size: 21,000 SF
  • Year constructed: 1912
  • Building floorplate: 5,000 SF
  • Lease rate: $6.00/SF gross
  • Parking: lot behind building; nearby garages & lots; metered on-street parking

18 W. First Building | 18 W. First Street
At the core of the central business district, this unique office space includes ADA accessibility, 2 fireplaces, front office/conference area with large windows, and break room. Close to performing arts venues, restaurants, and various parking options.
  • Total size: 8,700 SF
  • Building floorplate: 4,100 SF
  • Lease rate: negotiable
  • Purchase price: negotiable
  • Parking: multiple nearby garages and lots

20 W. Monument Building | 20 W. Monument Avenue
This 1,898 SF building is located one block west of Main Street on a .04 acre lot. Includes 6 parking spaces.
  • Total size: 1,898 SF
  • Purchase price: $99,900
  • Parking: 6 spaces next to building; nearby garages and lots

33 Eaker Street | 33 Eaker Street
33 Eaker Street is located in downtown Dayton, just minutes from I-75 and Route 35. This building is located in a high traffic area and could be an ideal location for manufacturing companies, industrial corporations, and/or warehouse companies. Features include: 2 external docks; 3 internal docks; handicap access ramp; industrial trash compactor; and 22 ft. ceiling height.
  • Total size: 24,939 SF freestanding building
  • Purchase price: $1,200,000 (entire building)
  • Parking: 40-space surface lot; on-street parking; nearby garages and lots

34 E. First Building | 34 E. First Street
The 34-36 E. First Building is located near restaurants, RiverScape MetroPark, Victoria Theatre, Schuster Performing Arts Center, Fifth Third Field, and other public buildings/spaces. New, quality ground-floor office space with on-site parking available. The ground floor office space can be packaged with basement, giving the tenant an additional 2,350 SF. This building was completely remodeled in 2010.
  • Total size: 4,700 SF + 600 SF potential loft area
  • Year constructed: 1920, office space 2010
  • Building floorplate: 2,350 SF
  • Lease rate: $10/SF
  • Parking: 11 on-site parking spaces included in lease; nearby lots and garages; metered on-street parking

36 W. Third Building | 36 W. Third Street
The 36 W. Third Building is located directly across from Courthouse Square. There is direct access to the building’s office space from the walkway between Fifth Third Center and the Fifth Third Center parking garage. The building features exposed interior bricks and beautiful woodwork. T1 internet is available along with conference rooms, restrooms, kitchenette/break room and reception area.
  • Total size: 26,656 SF
  • Building floorplate: 6,766 SF +/-
  • Lease rate: negotiable
  • Parking: direct access via walkway to adjacent garage; nearby garages & lots; metered on-street parking

100 N. Jefferson | 100 N. Jefferson Street
This 7-story building features 45 apartment units plus a 5,000 SF retail space on the ground floor. Available ground floor space features span of storefront windows, street frontage on both Second and Jefferson streets, and a 4,500 SF basement for additional storage. Located in the central business district, this building is close to the Schuster Performing Arts Center, Victoria Theatre, Loft Theatre, RiverScape MetroPark, and many other downtown attractions.
  • Total size: 5,000+/- SF
  • Building floorplate: 5,000+/- SF
  • Lease rate: $8.00/SF
  • Parking: nearby garages & lots; metered on-street parking

111 E. Fifth Street | 111 E. Fifth Street
This space is the former bus terminal located on E. Fifth Street in the entertainment district. Centrally located by the Dayton Convention Center, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Oregon Arts District, and central business district. Property features include office space, common area, high ceilings, and parking lot.
  • Total size: 12,000 SF (approximate)
  • Lease rate: negotiable
  • Parking: includes parking lot in rear of building

124 N. Jefferson | 124 N. Jefferson Street
This structure is one of the few small buildings remaining in downtown Dayton. With its classic facade, the building would work well as professional office space or “boutique” retail space.
  • Total size: 5,000 SF; available space: 2,250 SF
  • Lease rate: negotiable
  • Parking: 4 parking spaces behind building; numerous surface lots nearby; metered on-street parking

136 W. Monument | 136 W. Monument Avenue
This beautifully renovated historic home is a Dayton icon. The three-story building is the former DeWeese family home and demonstrates true craftsmanship, including original woodwork and leaded glass windows, fireplaces, plaster ceiling details, and exposed limestone wall. Building has 4+ existing offices, 3 bathrooms, original foyer, dining room and tea room, and a finished basement.
  • Total size: 3,700 SF
  • Available space: 2,500 SF
  • Year constructed: 1907
  • Lease rate: negotiable
  • Parking: 4 parking spaces included; nearby surface lots/garages; on-street parking

308 E. First Street | 308 E. First Street
308 E. First Street currently houses Canal Street Tavern, one of Dayton’s most popular music venues. Located one block from Fifth Third Field.
  • Total size: 16,400 SF
  • Year constructed: 1925
  • Parking: nearby lots; adjacent metered parking

310 S. Jefferson | 310 S. Jefferson Street
310 S. Jefferson Street, formerly an automotive shop, features a 2,031 SF showroom, 2,254 SF office/break room, 10,121 SF service & detail shop, 1,500 SF storage mezzanines and 2,124 SF separate garage. There is drive-thru capability in the service area and 8 service bays. Additional features include concrete block & steel frame, 16 ft. ceilings in service & detail shop, 3 overhead doors measuring 14 x 16 and clean room for engine building. This property enjoys frontage on S. Jefferson, Patterson Blvd and Sixth Street with 35,000 (approximate) daily traffic count. Easy access to I-75 and 35.
  • Total size: 14,406 SF
  • Lease rate: $6.00/SF NNN
  • Purchase price: $439,000
  • Parking: 36-space surface lot included; nearby lots/garages; on-street parking

400 E. Fifth Street | 400 E. Fifth Street
This is a rare opportunity to lease space in the creative center of downtown Dayton. Space is available on the second floor of this building. The building has easy access to some of Dayton’s finest eateries, shops, theatre events, music and more! Located just above Salar at the corner of Fifth and Brown streets in the heart of the historic Oregon Arts District.
  • Available space: 5,500 SF
  • Lease rate: $10.00/SF
  • Parking: Nearby garages & lots; on-street parking

410 S. Ludlow | 410 S. Ludlow Street
Formerly an auto repair shop. The building lobby measures approximately 30 x 35 with 3 additional spaces leading toward the rear of the building, one of which has 3 auto-lifts still in place. There is a small office that measures about 10 x 10 and basement that is approximately 25 x 25. Property also includes the drive-thru garage and private drive way.
  • Available space: approx. 2,500 SF
  • Parking: 10 parking spaces included

415 E. Third | 415 E. Third Street
This two-story building features on-site parking and is located in close proximity to many downtown attractions. Located in the Webster Station neighborhood, amenities include restaurants, retail shops, and the PNC 2nd Street Market, an urban farmer’s market managed by Five Rivers MetroParks.
  • Total space: 4,400 SF
  • Year constructed: 1920s
  • Lease rate: $4.50/SF as is
  • Purchase price: negotiable
  • Parking: 5 parking spaces included; on-street parking available

417-423 E. Fifth | 417-423 E. Fifth Street
Two buildings are for sale in the historic Oregon Arts District. Features include architectural details, office space, loft space, with profitable tenants in place. The mixed-use buildings enjoy heavy vehicular and pedestrian traffic and are surrounded by art galleries, coffee shops, restaurants and book stores.
  • Total space: 15,600 SF (12,500 SF available)
  • Year constructed: 1900
  • Purchase price: $891,651 (negotiable)
  • Parking: 60 parking spaces; nearby surface lot and on-street parking available

The Armory | 201 E. Sixth Street
This building is located on the edge of the Oregon Arts District and is within walking distance of the central business district. A former historic canal building, it was partially renovated for office use in 1999. This three-story (plus lower level) building has two distinguishing turret towers and exposed wide beamed interiors. There is a 180-space parking lot. The first floor has been finished and is occupied as an office. The upper level floors are unfinished.
  • Total size: 33,000 SF (15,000 SF available)
  • Year constructed: 1893
  • Building floorplate: 7,500 SF
  • Lease rate: negotiable
  • Purchase price: negotiable
  • Parking: adjacent 180-space lot; 24 space parking lot on site

Bernie's Music Building | 18-20 S. Jefferson Street
Located in an area known for entertainment and nightlife, the 3-story building at 18-20 S. Jefferson Street offers retail and/or office opportunities. With its striking terra cotta facade and open floor plan, this building is an excellent choice for a mixed-use project. The property, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, will require renovation prior to occupancy. This property was highlighted in the Strategic Building Re-Use Project.
  • Total size: 10,000 SF
  • Year constructed: 1916
  • Building floorplate: 3,100 SF
  • Parking: 400-space Air City garage across the street; nearby lots; metered on-street parking

Biltmore Towers | 210 N. Main Street
This multi-story building, formerly the grand Biltmore Hotel, consists of residential units on the upper floors with commercial space available on the lower floors. It is located across from the Victoria Theatre and is one block north of the Schuster Performing Arts Center. The interior has carpeted and tile floors as well as finished walls and ceilings. The building features large storefront windows. Office suites are available on the ground, second, and third floors.
  • Total size: 301,762 SF (30,079 SF available)
  • Lease rate: $6-10/SF gross
  • Parking: nearby garages & lots; metered on-street parking

Bindery Building | 116-118 N. Jefferson Street
116 N. Jefferson is a four-story, 28,800 SF, historic brick warehouse that includes a dry basement. The building offers creative office space and features huge glass windows that view Jefferson Street, Webster Station and RiverScape MetroPark.
  • Total size: 28,800 SF
  • Building floorplate: 7,200 SF
  • Parking: numerous surface lots nearby; metered on-street parking

Digital Building | 319 S. Main Street
With easy access to U.S. Route 35 and I-75, this office building is located just blocks from many of downtown Dayton’s attractions and amenities.
  • Total size: 9,260 SF
  • Lease rate: $10.00/SF NNN (negotiable)
  • Purchase price: $400,000
  • Parking: free parking in attached surface lot included in lease; nearby lots; metered on-street parking

Gentile Building | 207 E. Fourth Street
A former Miami-Erie Canal warehouse, this historic property offers endless possibilities. 207 E. Fourth (currently occupied by Drake’s Downtown Gym) and 25 S. Patterson Blvd. are being offered as two separate spaces or one large combined space. Close proximity to many downtown amenities including Fifth Third Field and RiverScape MetroPark.
  • Total size: 17,500 SF +/-
  • Purchase price: $329,500
  • Parking: The parking lot at 25 S. Patterson accommodates 20-25 vehicles; nearby garages & lots; metered on-street parking

Graphic Arts Building | 221 S. Ludlow Street
Originally built to accommodate a printing operation, this 5-story, concrete building features windows on all sides, two stairwells, one passenger and one freight elevator, and an expansive open floor plan. The building has been vacant for some time, but would be suitable for a mixed-use project containing office, retail and/or housing. Located in the historic Terra Cotta District, it is one block away from the Dayton Convention Center and Sinclair Community College.
  • Total size: 29,316 SF
  • Year constructed: 1917
  • Building floorplate: 4,900 SF
  • Purchase price: $199,900

  • Parking: 8-space lot comes with building; nearby lots; metered on-street parking


Hilgefort House | 360 S. Patterson Blvd.
Beautifully renovated 2-story historic home in the Oregon Arts District, an affluent urban neighborhood known for its architecture and tree-lined cobblestone streets. Features include conference room, private office, open office space, server space, ample storage space, 11 ft. ceilings, and excellent lighting. Great visibility and easy highway access.
  • Year constructed: 1860
  • Building floorplate: 1,400 SF
  • Purchase price: $325,000
  • Parking: 8 spaces available adjacent to building plus additional on-street parking

The Livery | 322 S. Patterson Blvd.
The Livery Building is on the National Register of Historic Places and has a unique and colorful history. Built in 1902 and completely remodeled in 1990, this two-story brick and timber frame building was formerly a horse stable and later a furniture warehouse. Located in the historic Oregon Arts District the area is home to highly celebrated restaurants, art galleries, architecture and an indoor rock climbing facility. It also has excellent access to US 35, which connects to I-75.
  • Total size: 15,000 SF
  • Year constructed: 1902
  • Building floorplate: 7,500 SF
  • Parking: Nearby surface lot and on-street parking available

The Lofts on St. Clair | 18-22 S. St. Clair Street
This three-story former produce building has been renovated into a mixed-use housing and professional office/retail space. The upper two floors are loft-style condominium units, while the ground floor is finished office/retail space. 20 S. St. Clair has a full bath & kitchen - perfect live/work space. 22 S. St. Clair is currently occupied by a patent attorney office.
  • Year constructed: 1870
  • Building floorplate: 6,000 SF
  • Lease rate: 20 S. St. Clair $930/month
  • Purchase price: 20 S. St. Clair: $85,000; 22 S. St. Clair: $115,000
  • Parking: nearby garages & lots; metered on-street parking; parking for residential tenants in basement

Main Street Garage | 237 N. Main Street
Prime retail space located across the street from a major downtown employer, CareSource, and residential complex, Biltmore Towers. In close proximity to numerous downtown attractions including RiverScape MetroPark, Victoria Theatre, and Fifth Third Field.
  • Total size: 331,360 SF (3,042 SF available; smallest: 882 SF; largest: 3,042 SF; floorplate: 53,792 SF)
  • Year constructed: 2008
  • Lease rate: $8.00/SF
  • Parking: availability in Main St. Garage; nearby surface lots and garages; on-street parking available

McCrory Building | 29 S. Main Street
Located next to the Kuhns Building and across the street from the downtown RTA transit center.
  • Total size: 36,000 SF
  • Year constructed: 1924
  • Lease rate: negotiable
  • Parking: nearby garages & lots; metered on-street parking

Price Stores Building | 52 S. Jefferson Street
Conveniently located on the corner of Jefferson and Fourth streets, the Price Stores building is easily accessible from US 35. The multi-story building is also near the RTA transit center and Crowne Plaza Hotel. This property has potential to be a retail/residential mixed-use development as highlighted in the Strategic Building Re-Use Project. There are stairwells in front and back of the building.
  • Total size: 26,800 SF
  • Purchase price: $695,000

  • Parking: 12 spaces for the building; nearby garages & lots; metered on-street parking


St. Clair Lofts | Fourth & St. Clair Streets
This 134,700 SF building quickly became one of downtown Dayton’s premier rental housing & retail developments after an $11 million renovation. The building has 108 residential units ranging from 1-2 bedrooms. The ground floor consists of 17,301 SF of retail space with seven tenants currently in place.
  • Total size: 134,700 SF
  • Year constructed: 1910
  • Building floorplate: 35,000 SF
  • Lease rate: $8.00-9.00/SF plus electric
  • Parking: on-site parking for residential tenants; nearby garages & lots; metered on-street parking

 

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