WSU real estate investigation: See the full report from the Ohio Inspector General

Wright State University is using a proxy agency to purchase the former Wright-Patt Credit Union headquarters in Fairborn, expand its lake campus and issue a no-bid contract for a high-profile salt barn, according to records obtained by the Dayton Daily News. All of this is being done through a non-profit called Double Bowler Properties, which the university created last year. The non-profit has secured an $18 million line of credit from Fifth-Third Bank, according to county records.  TY GREENLEES / STAFF
Wright State University is using a proxy agency to purchase the former Wright-Patt Credit Union headquarters in Fairborn, expand its lake campus and issue a no-bid contract for a high-profile salt barn, according to records obtained by the Dayton Daily News. All of this is being done through a non-profit called Double Bowler Properties, which the university created last year. The non-profit has secured an $18 million line of credit from Fifth-Third Bank, according to county records. TY GREENLEES / STAFF

An investigation by the Ohio Inspector General has found wrongdoing conducted by a Wright State University nonprofit real estate corporation.

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