UD officials have heard there’s a great interest to transform the church into student housing. The 48,000-square-foot structure sits in a neighborhood that is about 98 percent occupied, and homes rarely come up for sale.
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The church building dates back to 1926 when it opened as Patterson Memorial Presbyterian Church — named after NCR founder John Patterson. It became a United Methodist Church in 1968, and merged with Oak Street UMC in 1995.
The Dayton Daily News has reached out to the New Village Communities for more information.
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