Take a look at YWCA Dayton’s new renovation

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The next phase of a $17 million renovation is now complete at the YWCA Dayton with the opening of a newly remodeled domestic violence shelter for the women and children served by the nonprofit.

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The project, which started in April 2018, is the first major remodel at the downtown building since 1961. In total, the project was was a decade in planning, fund raising and then construction.

The newly competed phase includes a remodeled domestic violence shelter operated by the YWCA with 20 bedrooms and the capacity for 61 beds.

In addition, the new space now has private family bathrooms instead of community bathrooms.

The first phase involved 65 new apartments for the clients with the YWCA’s permanent supportive housing program.

The YWCA is also still renovating administrative spaces and the first floor.

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