The building will become Stratacache’s new headquarters over the next two years or so, Riegel said. Today, the company is based at 2 Emmett St.
Stratacache makes digital signs and monitors for restaurant and retail, as well other virtual and augmented reality software for retail.
The 486,000-square-foot building’s previous owner, Albert Macanian, president of Plainview, N.Y.-based Dunkirk Realty, bought the property in May 2012 for $6.4 million through Tower Partners LLC.
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Kettering Tower’s tenants include the Dayton Club (the former Dayton Racquet Club), law firms Taft Stettinius & Hollister and Sebaly Shillito + Dyer, the Dayton Development Coalition and others.