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Urban Living

on the drawing board

Projects designed to enhance urban living in Your Downtown

 

Fire Blocks Lofts RenderingFire Blocks Lofts
100 E. Third St.
fireblocksdistrict.com

Nestled in a vibrant work/live district of restaurants, retail, fitness and entertainment, The Fire Blocks Lofts are just the beginning of a new plan to revitalize the Fire Blocks District, bringing the past and present together. See the Fire Blocks website for more details on The Fire Blocks Lofts at 100 E. Third Street (at the corner of Third and Jefferson streets downtown), a new housing project scheduled to debut in 2017.


Delco BuildingWater Street Delco Building
329 E. First St.
(614) 335-2020
132 Planned Apartments

One of Dayton's most iconic historic buildings is being renovated and converted into luxury loft apartments. Located across the street from RiverScape MetroPark, next to the Mad River bike trail, and adjacent to Fifth Third Field, these units are currently under construction, converting this six-story former warehouse into 132 market-rate apartments and first-floor restaurant space.


Weustoff and Getz BuildingWeustoff & Getz Building
210 Wayne Ave.
40 Planned Apartments

Louisville-based City Properties Group has purchased the Weustoff & Getz building at 210 Wayne Avenue as part of its mixed-use plan to expand the Oregon District into what is being called "Oregon East." The group plans to renovate the building, creating 40 new downtown apartments.


Monument Walk RenderingMonument Walk
(937) 772-1365
17 Planned Townhomes

The newest Charles Simms Development project will feature four-story, elevator-ready, 3,000-square-foot-plus townhomes with two-car attached garages and sky terraces with beautiful views, located at the corner of Monument Aveunue and Ludlow Street. Units are expected to be priced between $400,000 and $450,000, targeted at "empty nesters" who seek the excitement of urban living in luxurious surroundings. Construction is expected to begin in late 2015 with units available as early as the second quarter of 2016.


Brownstones on SecondBrownstones at 2nd
(937) 772-1365
24 Planned Townhomes

Charles Simms Development is building on the success of its Patterson Square and Patterson Place communities at First Street and Patterson Boulevard with a new development at Second and Sears streets called the Brownstones at 2nd. This project will include 1724-square-foot, 3-story townhomes with up to 3 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths, a 17'x10' wood deck, convered front porches with brick pavers, 9-foot open truss celings in the living levels, 2-car attached garages, and 2 additional parking spaces. Construction began in May of 2015, with the model scheduled to open in the fall of 2015.


Water Street Flats
215 Planned Units

The $36 million mixed-use Water Street Development project broke ground in early 2014 in downtown Dayton's riverfront area. In addition to a 50,000 square foot commercial building and new three-level parking structure, phase one of the project along the riverfront near the intersection of Patterson Boulevard and Monument Avenue is slated to include 215 luxury residential apartment units. Columbus-based Crawford Hoying and Dayton-based Woodard Real Estate Resources are developing Water Street.


New Student Housing
200 Planned Apartments

An $18 million student housing complex will be built in downtown Dayton at the site of the former Dayton Daily News building and adjacent property, Cox Media Group Ohio announced in April, 2013. The complex, which will be located on the corner of Ludlow and Fourth streets, will breathe new life into this portion of the center city while increasing housing options. The historic 1908 “bank” building at the corner of Fourth and Ludlow streets will be renovated while the press rooms to the west and the large 1950s newspaper office building attached to the north will be demolished, as will the city-owned Schwind building further north at 25 S. Ludlow St. In their place, Missouri-based Student Suites will construct a five-story, U-shaped, 200-apartment building with a courtyard, also using the existing 93-space parking lot to the west of the building.