Wayne and Wyoming “Plan B” meeting- again.

It’s the same meeting- only later…

The City of Dayton Office of Economic Development
101 W. Third Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402


Wayne & Wyoming Project

The Dayton community and interested stakeholders are invited to attend a public meeting with City officials to learn about the “Plan B” redevelopment strategy for the Wayne & Wyoming project area.

Thursday, February 26, 2009 at 6:30 p.m.
Ruskin Elementary School
407 Ambrose Court
Dayton, Ohio 45410

*Rescheduled from January 29, 2009 due to extreme weather events.*

Parking is available at the school, which is located near the intersection of Xenia Avenue and McClure Street in the Twin Towers neighborhood. For general questions please contact:

The City of Dayton, Ohio
Office of Economic Development
(937) 333-3634

Wayne & Wyoming project managers:

Amy Walbridge, Special Projects Administrator   (937) 333-3813
Keith Klein, Senior Development Specialist      (937) 333-3812

To see what I said last time: http://esrati.com/?p=1638

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Fingers crossed for the development of a double-decker Kroger’s on the same spot.

But then again, the same old Kroger is still better than what most of the world will ever dream of having.


I dont have any voice in this and to be honest I dont really give a fig as to what happens in Dayton anymore. But one last shot:

The clue train has left the station hours ago for y’all if South Parkers think that drugstore across the street from the Ecki Builing is an urban design sucess.



You can criticize the Walgreens if you want but that is hardly the worst building on the corner.

Can something that can be done with “The Ecki Building”? Currently it is an eyesore to this neighborhood. The corner is better with two Ws. Between the Ecki and the house behind it that has all sorts of junk attached to its outside that corner is the pure definition of property that needs a clean-up.

You can call the Walgreens design a failure but it is one of the few new commercial buildings in the area for the last 5 yrs and brings something nice within walking distance. The drug store design you complain about did more to clean up the area than putting boards over the windows of the Ecki Building.


Updates from DDN:
City approved plans to buy the Ecki building and a total of 6 properties on this corner.