The Dayton Daily News has announced it will move to new offices inside the Manhattan Building at 601 E. Third St. downtown. The DDN has been located at 1611 S. Main St. since 2007, and expects to move into its new downtown space in January. Woodard Development has been transforming 601 E. Third St. into The Manhattan, with offices for several technology-related businesses. Developer Jason Woodard told the Dayton Dailly News “Adding such a creative group of people to the innovative Webster Station neighborhood is a further testament to the environment that continues to be developed. We look forward to a long relationship with the DDN team and appreciate their commitment to downtown Dayton.” The new office space will include a studio for video production and podcasting, as well as a home for the CoxNext digital advertising service.
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