$10M Approved to Begin Work on Dayton Convention Center Renovation Plan

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

The Dayton Convention Center, which was built in 1973 and includes 150,000 square feet of meeting space, a 77,000-square-foot exhibit hall, 22 meeting rooms and spaces, three ballrooms, and a theater, is set to soon begin major renovations after the Montgomery County Convention Facilities Authority (CFA) board approved $10 million in funding to begin the improvement projects. The first phase of work will include a total renovation of first-floor restrooms, continued work on the heating and air conditioning system, and some immediate exterior renovations and work, said Pam Plageman, executive director of the CFA to the Dayton Daily News. The approved funding will come from a revenue bond that will be repaid with collections of the CFA’s 3% lodging tax. More information on the CFA’s planned renovation phases for the Convention Center can be found here.

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