Local defense firm Infinity Labs is making its home in the Dayton Arcade while work gets underway at the site of its future headquarters. The firm eventually plans to bring its corporate headquarters and a research and development facility to 118 E. Fourth St., the old DP&L power station. Until construction is complete, the firm will work from the Kuhns building in the Dayton Arcade. Infinity Labs plans to utilize the Arcade space in a different capacity after work is finished on its Fourth Street headquarters. “We really plan to keep this space even after we open up the Power House, because it really gives you roots to the (Dayton Arcade) Hub, it gives you roots to those entrepreneurial organizations and students, and we want to be part of that at the ground level,” Jason Molnar, Infinity Labs chief strategy officer told the Dayton Daily News. Infinity Labs submitted the first part of a state historic tax credit application for the projects earlier this month and expects a decision from the state this winter.
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