Dayton Arcade planners eye $4M incubator, co-working space

Story excerpt provided by Dayton Business Journal.

Written by Tristan Navera.

About $4 million could go into renovating almost 50,000 square feet of the Dayton Arcade as an engine for new startups.

Some form of “co-sharing” space has been a prominent part of plans for the downtown Arcade as it is revived, but the proposal was elaborated upon in a request for public funds for the Arcade project. More than $2 million could be invested in a co-share space in the iconic main building of the Arcade, with another $1.1 million for a restaurant incubator and $800,000 as a basement “makers’ space.”

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Originally published November 28, 2016.

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