There are big plans for the Dayton Arcade, including developer hopes for apartments, businesses, food and an innovation hub.
Here’s what it looks like today.
Watch the video above for an aerial tour of the inside of the downtown complex, 28 years since it became vacant.
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The group redeveloping the Dayton Arcade has acquired eight of the complex’s nine properties, displaying confidence that its ambitious rehab plan will move forward.
Here’s another view of the Arcade, this one from the outside:
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