Monday, January 30, 2017
Recently acquired by the city, a 100-year-old former grocery warehouse near the riverfront has an opportunity to be redeveloped into livable spaces. The idea of downtown redevelopment into housing accommodations promotes foot traffic, retail and services in the urban core, and revitalizes eyesores into attractive spaces.
“As the nationwide urban development trend continues, officials in small cities like Piqua are looking to launch more downtown housing options,” as reported by the Dayton Business Journal. Through public investment and commitment to redevelopment, the hope is for private investment to spur and continue the city’s vision. For more information, please click here: http://www.growpiquanow.org/piqua/news-and-media/?item=6492