Downtown’s 130 building unveils new co-working space

The 130 Building, 130 W. Second St. in downtown Dayton, has opened a new co-working office space.

The newly-renovated co-working space, called Daywork 130, is on the 10th floor of the 130 Building, the property owner has announced.

“Daywork 130 offers flexible workspace solutions, including shared co-working areas available for daily reservations and several private offices which can be reserved on a monthly basis,” a release says.

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Rates start at $20 per day for shared co-working areas. That fee include access to amenities within the 130 Building such as a lounge, coffee and snack bar, a 75-person conference and training room, underground parking and a recreation room with a bar area and games including ping pong, foosball, billiards and more.


Brian Lash, former chairman and chief executive of Texas-based Target Hospitality (NASDAQ: TH) bought the 130 Building in May 2018.

Along with the new Daywork 130 co-working space, Lash is also planning banquet hall, fitness center and additional meeting spaces in the building.

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“As an out-of-state investor, I’m excited to be a part of downtown Dayton’s revitalization through the renovation of the 130 Building,” Lash said in his release.

“Downtown Dayton is ripe for growth and opportunity and has a vibrant local business community. For business professionals looking for a downtown address to meet their daily business needs, the 130 Building offers an ideal solution,” he said.

The 130 Building is Dayton’s fourth-largest building and is home to DataYard, Table 33 and County Corp., along with several other office space tenants.

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