Tuesday, April 30, 2019, marked the official start of construction at The Dayton Arcade after a successful financial closing on Thursday, April 25, 2019. Crews are currently replacing the glass panes located at the top of the rotunda's dome. Prior to the financial closing on the project, demolition of the 1979-1980 renovation was carried out around the rotunda along with lead paint abatement, environmental remediation plus restoration of the plaster turkeys and cornucopia lining the top of the rotunda by local artist John Landsiedel. John's grandfather, Byron Landsiedel created the turkeys during the original construction of the arcade between 1902-1904. TOM GILLIAM/CONTRIBUTED
Photo: Tom Gilliam
Photo: Tom Gilliam

See the Dayton Arcade transformation begin

Construction at The Dayton Arcade is officially under way.

Tuesday, April 30, 2019 marked the official start of construction at The Arcade after a successful financial closing on Thursday, April 25, 2019.

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Crews are currently replacing the glass panes located at the top of the rotunda's dome.

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Prior to the financial closing on the project, demolition of the 1979-1980 renovation was carried out around the rotunda along with lead paint abatement, environmental remediation plus restoration of the plaster turkeys and cornucopia lining the top of the rotunda by local artist John Landsiedel. 

John's grandfather, Byron Landsiedel created the turkeys during the original construction of the arcade between 1902-1904.

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