Look who’s stirring downtown Dayton

Look who stirs: Vinyl posters of a 40-foot sleeping giant on the north side of the Dayton Arcade were replaced Friday, a day after the developer closed on a $90 million effort to revive the complex. The new posters show a giant whose eyes are very much open and who has a big grin on his face. If things go according to plan, the arcade could reopen in 2020. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

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Look who stirs: Vinyl posters of a 40-foot sleeping giant on the north side of the Dayton Arcade were replaced Friday, a day after the developer closed on a $90 million effort to revive the complex. The new posters show a giant whose eyes are very much open and who has a big grin on his face. If things go according to plan, the arcade could reopen in 2020. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

Look who stirs: Vinyl posters of a 40-foot sleeping giant on the north side of the Dayton Arcade were replaced Friday, a day after the developer closed on a $90 million effort to revive the complex.

The new posters show a giant whose eyes are very much open and who has a big grin on his face.

If things go according to plan, the arcade could reopen in 2020.

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