Progress Continues on Dayton's Manhattan Harbour
Fri, 06/06/2014 - 08:33 RCN Newsdesk
Progress continues on Dayton’s Manhattan Harbour riverfront development, as the architectural review board met last week to discussplans for another residential property set to go up this summer.
Mayor Ken Rankle reported the new development at Tuesday night’s city council meeting.
The Manhattan Harbour project, spearheaded by the development company DCI, is looking to build nearly 50 new residential properties on Dayton’s riverfront, in addition to recently acquiring the Watertown Marina property from the city just last month.
DCI has already broken ground and made progress on one riverfront spot and, as of last week, has approved blueprints for a second, singlefamily residential property.
The next step, according to Rankle’s report, is to go to the Building Department for a building permit. Rankle seemed optimistic that this would happen within a matter of days.
If all goes according to plan, “Hopefully we can have another house down there soon,” Rankle said.
Written by Pat LaFleur, RCN contributor
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