Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton bought a neighboring Subway, though it doesn’t have any immediate plans for the property.
The non-profit that manages end-of-life care bought the building for $295,000 in a sale recorded by Montgomery County on Jan. 23.
Ohio’s Hospice said it bought the property as part of its long-term strategic campus plan.
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The Subway property shares a driveway with the main entry to the campus at 324 Wilmington Ave.
The entry at the Wilmington Avenue and Irving Avenue light opened in 2015 and was part of a multi-year campus improvement project.
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