Author: Hernz Laguerre Jr.

Dayton’s First Modern Skyscraper Adapted for New Use: Housing 

Dayton’s First Modern Skyscraper Adapted for New Use: Housing 

A Vacancy Adapts to a Need  According to Moody’s Analytics, about 20% (19.6) of office spaces in major US cities are vacant. Dayton has an even higher rate, with 28% of its office buildings vacant. There is also a lack of available housing in Dayton. With so many vacant office buildings, and a need for housing, developers see potential in converting offices into apartments through a strategy […]

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What the first Cincinnati downtown affordable housing in decades means to residents and developers 

What the first Cincinnati downtown affordable housing in decades means to residents and developers 

The Barrister gets transformed from an historic office space to the first affordable housing apartments in the Central Business District in almost 30 years.

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The Port’s Pathway to Affordable Homeownership Progresses, One Buyer at a Time

The Port’s Pathway to Affordable Homeownership Progresses, One Buyer at a Time

The tight housing market and tight budgets make it difficult for first-time homebuyers looking for affordable housing. The Port’s CARE portfolio is offering a pathway for some.

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