3 brand spanking new places to live in downtown Dayton

There are more housing options than ever in downtown Dayton. 

Okay, okay some of these aren’t ready quite yet BUT when they are at least you’ll be the first to know about it!

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If you’re looking for a new pad, there are a few hot options that just arrived on the market.

Monument Walk

Photos of Monument Walk, a new Charlie Simms development in downtown Dayton.
Photo: Dawn M Smith

Monument Walk is a 17-townhouse complex near the corner of Ludlow St. and Monument Ave. It’s the fifth downtown Dayton project for local developer Charles Simms. 

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The 3,227 to 3,470-square-foot, elevator-ready homes start at $489,900.

We got a sneak peek of one of these plush townhouses during the free Downtown Housing Tour organized by the Downtown Dayton Partnership. 

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Delco Lofts

Rendering shows the inside of a Delco Loft apartment. CONTRIBUTED

With a prime spot nestled between Fifth Third Field and soon to be Lock 27 brewery’s downtown location, the Delco Lofts are surely the next hot place to live. 

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The lofts, whose lease rates range from $905 for an one-room apartment to $1,700 for a split-level loft, will feature 12-foot ceilings and 16-feet-wide floor-to-ceiling windows, developers Crawford Hoying and Woodard Development said. 

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The Wheelhouse

Here is an update on what's going on at Troll Pub Under the Bride and The Wheelhouse apartments. Video by Amelia Robinson

Lee Weyland of Weyland Ventures said things are moving along well for The Wheelhouse project, located at 210 Wayne Ave.

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You might know this space better as “that (formerly) abandoned building next to the old Garden Station.”

So far it will include a 40-unit apartment building and a Troll Pub Under the Bridge restaurant and bar.

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The developers are hopeful that tenants will be able to move in by late June or early July. 

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