Dayton bands rock the Cloverdale stage.
Photo: E.L. Hubbard
Photo: E.L. Hubbard

This downtown Dayton club could be yours, according to the sign

A downtown club is up for grabs, according to a sign on its window. 

A “for lease” sign recently appeared on the window of 101 St. Clair St.

The address is the former home of Club Vex, which became Cloverdale dance club in July 2016. 

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This news organization reported in January that Hats Off Investment Group was in the process of spending nearly $400,000 on the St. Clair St. building and 118 E. Fourth St., a paved lot, from Dellsa Development Corp.

That company is owned by Scott Edsall of Dayton, according to a contract for deed.

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Dellsa Development Corp is still listed as the owner of the property on Montgomery County Auditor Karl Keith’s website.

A message was sent to Edsall via Facebook. Voicemail messages were left for Joseph C. Lucas, the attorney listed on the Deed contract for Hats Off Investment Group.

A voicemail was also left on the number listed on the “for lease” sign. 

This story is developing and will be updated. 

A sign on the window of the former Cloverdale nightclub says it is for lease.
Photo: Photo by Amelia Robinson
Thunder Snow Cone Variety show Burlesque Clowns performed downtown at Vex on Friday, May 13th.
Photo: E.L. Hubbard
The name of  Club Vex, 101 S St Clair St, is changing its name to Cloverdale. Photo by Amelia Robinson
Photo: Amelia Robinson
Thunder Snow Cone Variety show Burlesque Clowns performed downtown at Vex on Friday, May 13th.
Photo: E.L. Hubbard
Daytonians flocked to the bars on the night before Thanksgiving to attend events like Asylum at Vex or Karaoke at Blind Bob's, while catching up with old friends. ALLEGRA CZERWINSKI / STAFF

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