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Proposed $146M office park would create 600 jobs for Dayton area





By Zack Frink

NorthPoint Development announced plans to construct a large industrial/office park in Miami Twp., creating more than 600 jobs in the region, reports the Dayton Daily News.

The details: The First Flight Commerce Center, which is expected to create more than 600 jobs in the region, will consist of six buildings totaling 1.7 million square feet.



  • The first building, a 230,000-square-foot edifice, is set to begin construction this summer and finish in late 2024.

The big picture: The $146 million project will be NorthPoint Development's first project in Miami Twp.

  • It was drawn to the site due to its location and the county's desire for a business park to be developed there.


  • The development is intended to provide space for businesses with high employment that ultimately supports the Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport.

What we're watching: Pending approval by trustees of the final development plan, construction of the First Flight Commerce Center is expected to commence soon.

  • The project is projected to create approximately 650 jobs throughout the entirety of the park by 2028.

The bottom line: The First Flight Commerce Center is a potentially transformative development that Miami Twp. does not currently have, according to Alex Carlson, the township's community development director.

This article originally appeared on Elevate Dayton and republished through its partnership with the Dayton Weekly News.


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