BUILDINGS ON THE RISE IN DOWNTOWN DAYTON
Building owners and companies are transforming historic buildings into modern workspaces that inspire creativity and collaboration.
The Downtown Dayton Partnership is excited to present ELEVATE, a video series highlighting investment, energy, and transformation inside downtown Dayton’s office buildings.
Episode 01 | The 130 Building
130 W. 2nd St.
Brian Lash, former chairman and CEO of Target Hospitality, purchased the 130 Building in 2018 and has worked to upgrade the building’s amenities including a new shared workspace, recreation room, fitness center, and upgraded meeting space. Many people recognize the building as the home of Table 33, a farm-to-table restaurant and coffee bar.
Episode 02 | The 111 Building
111 W. 1st St.
The 111 Building is easy to spot from I-75 with its giant address numbers on the west wall. Olymbec purchased 111 in 2016 and has made major upgrades to the building’s systems and spaces. The building’s largest tenant, Taylor Communications, moved over 500 employees into the building in 2017.
Episode 03 | 6 N. Main
6 N. Main St.
Located directly across from Courthouse Square, 6 N. Main was designed by renowned architect, I.M. Pei. Its seven-story atrium is spectacular and helps fill the office spaces throughout the building with plenty of natural light.
Episode 04 | Liberty Tower
120 W. 2nd St.
Designed by the Dayton architectural firm of Schenck & Williams, who also designed Hawthorn Hill and The Engineers Club of Dayton, Liberty Tower was Dayton’s tallest building from 1931-1969. With its Art Deco fixtures, the grandeur of the past is combined with the conveniences of the present added through recent upgrades and investments. The building is especially well-suited for small office users.
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ELEVATE YOUR BUSINESS
Start your search for downtown office space.
The Downtown Dayton Partnership offers a free and confidential Site Seeker service to accommodate your downtown space needs.
You or your broker can contact us to get your search started. After we collect some basic information about your space needs, our team sends a request for proposals to approximately 50 downtown property representatives. The responses are then summarized and submitted to you. We can also coordinate space tours and support you on those site visits. Your identity remains confidential.
The Site Seeker program is an easy way to obtain the latest information on downtown properties. Complete and submit our online Site Seeker form to get started.