The downtown Dayton housing tour today is likely the last time the Arcade will be open to the public before construction gears up.
Developers are spending $90 million to restore seven buildings in southern parts of the Dayton Arcade, representing 398,104 square feet of space.
The Downtown Dayton Partnership’s annual free tour of housing is this afternoon and includes the Arcade, as well as a mix of other sites such as apartments, condos, and active development sites.
The tour is open to the public and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. today.
For a behind-the-scenes look at the Dayton Arcade, go to the Fourth Street entrance. Visitors will need to sign waiver forms when visiting the active construction site.
To take a self-guided tour of all the locations, the housing stops are listed on this map. The stops are walkable from each other and there will also be a free shuttle making stops at each of the housing options on the tour.
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