$60M Project Proposed in Downtown Dayton

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

Downtown Dayton could soon be getting a new hotel. According to the Dayton Business Journal, the Montgomery County Convention Facilities Authority (MCCFA) recently pitched a new full-service hotel between East Fifth and Stone Streets, just steps away from the Dayton Convention Center. In the proposal, the MCCFA said the 2022 closure of the hotel just across the street from the Convention Center has made it difficult to attract large conventions to the region.

According to the proposal, the new 12-story hotel would feature more than 200 guest rooms, plus space for a restaurant and entertainment & retail space on the ground floor. Additionally, the hotel could include an indoor fitness center and a rooftop bar. If approved, the hotel project could cost between $60M and $80M and break ground next year.

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