Posted on: June 21, 2017

Firm selected to redevelop downtown landmark

34 North Main Street Tower

In January 2017, the City of Dayton released a Request for Qualifications for the redevelopment of the 34 North Main building (the former Third National Bank and Trust Building). After a competitive review process, the City and its partners selected Coon Restoration as partner in the development of 34 North Main. Coon Restoration brings an extensive track record and has successfully executed impressive historic restoration projects utilizing diverse capital, including historic tax credits.

Coon Restoration’s notable projects include:

Onesto Hotel and Bliss Tower Lofts (Canton)

Terminal Tower Restoration (Cleveland)

Mercantile Lofts (Hamilton)

Hercules Lofts Redevelopment (Canton)

The classically styled office building opened in 1926. The 14-story building is 245,000 square feet--a commanding presence and image on the region’s Main Street. On June 7, the City of Dayton approved HD-2 Historic Overlay District in recognition of the architectural significance and role the structure played in the growth and development of downtown Dayton in the early 20th century.

More:  http://www.daytonohio.gov/Archive.aspx?ADID=923

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