Crawford Hoying Development and Woodard Development proudly partnered together to transform vacant riverfront land in the heart of Downtown Dayton into a mixed-use neighborhood including an office building, anchored by PNC, two large apartment buildings containing 215 apartments and townhomes, and a public parking garage. The next phase of this development includes the transformation of the former Delco Building into Delco Lofts, 133 luxury loft style apartments and an addition of a 119-key Fairfield Inn & Suites. Residents and workers are within walking distance to excellent amenities, across the street from Riverscape Metropark, up the block from the Dayton Dragons stadium, beside the Mad River Recreation and bike trails.

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Timeline

Spring 2014
Construction Start

Fall 2014
First Product Delivery

2019
Estimated Development Completion


Crawford Hoying's sister company Brackett Builders kicked off construction on Water Street District in March 2014 by breaking ground on the office building. The second Phase of the development is nearing completion and the first residents in Water Street Flats moved in this past summer. The focus has now turned to the historic Delco Lofts building that will welcome the first residents in early summer of 2017.

We were thrilled to announce in January 2014 that our lead tenant for building one at Patterson and E Monument is PNC Bank having located their offices for the Dayton region at Water Street District. We couldn't be more pleased to partner with PNC Bank and appreciate their contributions to the Water Street District community.


Details

3 Residential Living Buildings

50,800 sq ft Office / Retail / Restaurant Space

Efficient Studio Units

Spacious One-Bedroom Units

Roomy Two-Bedroom Units

Luxury Two-Bedroom Townhomes

593 Parking Spaces

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