Story excerpt provided by Dayton Business Journal.
Written by Tristan Navera.
Datayard co-founder Leigh Sandy has big plans for his newest venture.
Since leaving Datayard, Sandy has created Dayton start-up Extra Mile Fiber with partner David Kingston.
And the new venture — launched in the past year — has landed its first major contracts to install high-speed data technology at downtown’s two newest housing developments, the $45 million Water Street District underway near the riverfront and the proposed $4.5 million Brownstones on Second town homes.
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Originally published April 24, 2015.