The City of Dayton is welcoming four new businesses to downtown as part of the fall Urban Nights street party.
Hat shop Brim is offering shoppers a preview of its renovated shop on East Fifth Street in the Oregon District. The business is owned by Oregon District residents, the husband and wife duo of Brian Eastman and Amelia O’Dowd.
The building that holds Brim was most recently an adult book store, the City of Dayton said in a release.
LIVV Interior Designs has expanded its home and office interior design firm into Dayton from Toledo and Columbus. The firm’s office is located in The Cannery in the 500 block of East Third Street. LIVV has hired two employees in its Dayton office and plans to hire up to six more before the end of 2012, the City of Dayton said in a release.
OinkADoodleMoo, a fast/casual restaurant with three locations in the Miami Valley, is opening an express location in the lobby of the Key Bank Tower, 10 West Second Street. The chain is known for its barbecue cuisine.
Downtown’s most recent pop-up shop that started as part of its Activated Spaces program is celebrating its first Urban Nights with extended hours. Sewing boutique Sew Dayton, 16 Brown Street,will stay open until 9 p.m. In addition to offering sewing lessons, the store sells fabrics, patterns, dresses, bags and other accessories.
The City of Dayton estimates about 30,000 people will attend the Urban Nights festival.
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