Downtown’s first modern skyscraper to go under $38M transformation
5 Aug 2020
The Grant-Deneau Tower has been awarded more than $3.7 million in state historic preservation tax credits to rehab the 22-story downtown landmark.
The tower, downtown’s first modern skyscraper, is expected to be converted into new 11 floors of commercial space and offices, and most of the rest of the building will be turned into 100 new apartments, according to the state.
Windsor Companies, a Columbus company that is developing the Fire Blocks District in downtown Dayton, expects to spend about $38.8 million rehabbing the office tower, located at 40 W. Fourth St., across from the Dayton Arcade.