Fast Facts: Windsor Companies Secure Tax Credits, More Tenants

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

The Windsor Companies has been making headlines recently, securing new tenants for their Fire Blocks development along Third Street, and landing huge historic tax credit awards:

  • The Ohio Development Services Agency awarded The Windsor Companies $200,000 in tax credits to redevelop the Dayton Power & Light Building at 18 S. Jefferson St., and $451,000 for the Graphic Arts Building at 221-223 S. Ludlow St. Nationally renowned whiskey purveyor, The Century Bar, is doubling its size in its move to the Dayton Power & Light Building. The $1.6 million renovation will retain the historic, ornate carved bar, and add separate cocktail and wine lounges. The project is slated to wrap up later this year.
  • Maria and Eric Walusis, owners of Watermark restaurant and Nibbles Catering in Miamisburg, are planning to open a new, upscale restaurant concept called “Paradox.” The name pays homage to Dayton poet Paul Laurence Dunbar. The new restaurant will occupy a first-floor spot in The Elks Building, located on the corner of Jefferson and Third streets.

Gem City Social Sports founders Kelsey Calderone and Nathan Omlor are planning to open a unique adult gaming concept in downtown Dayton. “Two Social” will be located at 123 E. Third St., featuring a full-service bar, and include games and activities like bocce ball, corn hole, giant Jenga, giant “pong,” and axe-throwing lanes. The 5,000-square-foot space would also be the home for Gem City Social Sports, a type of organization for casual adult team sports leagues.

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