One of Dayton’s most prominent developers plans to restore another downtown building into a technology hub with at least two local companies.
Jason Woodard, principal at Dayton-based Woodard Development, confirmed Monday he is moving forward with the revitalization of 601 E. Third St., currently known as the J.K. McIntire building. The downtown building will be rebranded as “The Manhattan.” This is in reference to The Dayton Project — part of The Manhattan Project — which utilized three floors of the building from 1946 to 1948.
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Written by John Bush.
Originally published September 23, 2019.