Congrats to these businesses getting ready for their grand openings, or who have recently leased space downtown! Want to be part of the momentum? Use the Downtown Dayton Partnership’s free and confidential Site Seeker program to start a search for commercial space
- A new event space, White House Event Center, will host a grand opening starting with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony at 3 p.m. today. Located at 101 E. Second St., this contemporary, industrial-chic event space offers a premier location for more intimate events. Ideal for showers, private parties, fundraisers, corporate workshops, networking events, or other intimate gatherings, the multi-purpose facility can seat up to 150 comfortably, or up to 225 cocktail-style.
- Bar Granada’s renovation is now complete! Stop by the newly revamped restaurant at 5 W. Monument Ave. starting at 5 p.m. Saturday, June 15, for a special preview prior to the official grand opening. There will be live music events, a new craft-tequila selection, a larger craft beer selection, dance and performance art events, and an expanded food menu. Enjoy Latin comfort food like arepas and gourmet tacos, plus margaritas, and other tequila-based cocktails made with fresh-squeezed fruit juices.
- A new activity bar complete with axe throwing, bocce ball, giant Jenga, and giant beer pong is set to open in downtown Dayton’s redeveloped Fire Blocks District. Two Social is owned by Dayton residents Kelsey Calderone and Nathan Omlor, who also co-own the adult sports league Gem City Social Sports. The bar will employ about 20 people, located on the first floor of the historical Huffman building mid-block on East Third Street between St. Clair and Jefferson streets. Patrons will have the option to carry in food from other restaurants. A grand opening is slated for later this year.
Environmental law office Van Kley & Walker has moved to the 17th floor of Liberty Tower. The office assists clients with litigation, compliance, counseling, permitting, property transactions, mediation, and legislation. Van Kley & Walker used the Downtown Dayton Partnership’s free and confidential Site Seeker program to find their new space. Visit the website to begin a search for
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