New Office Spaces Unveiled in Redeveloped The Manhattan Building

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

Dayton-based real estate developer Woodard Development has set the date to reveal its latest project, The Manhattan building, at 601 E. Third St., with a grand opening for the building slated for May 7. The Manhattan building, formerly known as the J.K. McIntire Building, was originally built in 1912 and was rebranded by Woodard as a nod to the building’s involvement in the WWII nuclear project during the 1940s. Woodard Development has spent more than a year of construction to turn the building into a technology hub in downtown Dayton, and has two tenants in the military tech company Battle Sight Technologies and the software development company Mile Two.

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