News releases from Dayton Business Journal
U.S. mortgage rates drop again, remain under 3%
May 09, 2021
The 30-year fixed mortgage rate averaged 2.96% for the week ending May 6 — down from 2.98% last week.
The Springfield market ranks near the top of the newly published Wall Street Journal/Realtor.com Emerging Housing Markets Index, which ranks the top 300 metro areas in the U.S.
One of Dayton area's largest auto groups plans to construct new sales, service facility
May 05, 2021
A massive high-rise building in the heart of downtown Dayton is now available to investors who want to be part of a redevelopment opportunity.
A company that owns and operates several Dayton-area radio stations is moving its local office to a historic complex in the city core.
A growing convenience store chain that has been expanding its presence in the Miami Valley is planning another new location in the region.
"We are expanding worldwide," CEO Amit Gupta said. "We literally want to put a dent in our fight against climate change."
The 2021 Focus on Colleges & Universities virtual panel will take place Thursday, May 6 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
New episode of DBJ-affiliated podcast hosted by Dan Edwards focuses on a life-changing Dayton nonprofit.
Dayton research group awarded $96M Air Force contract
April 28, 2021
A Dayton research group tied to a prominent university has been awarded a new Air Force contract worth up to $96 million.
A nonprofit is bringing its national job fair to Dayton, offering employment opportunities for individuals who face barriers due to recent incarceration and other factors that limit their ability to...
One of Dayton’s largest real estate firms changes hands
April 26, 2021
A nonprofit that has operated in the Miami Valley for over 150 years has expanded its footprint with a new campus north of Dayton.
Luxury Vandalia home on market for $1.8M (Photos)
April 24, 2021
City of Dayton considering property sale for new multi-family development in Webster Station
April 21, 2021
In lieu of a cash payment, the city would sell the property to the developers in exchange for the relocation and upgrade of a lighting control center currently located on the site.
With a larger office and new clients in tow, CEO Adam Lewis is setting the stage for a prosperous 2021.
Luxury Living: 3 Trends in Kitchens
April 19, 2021
Kitchen trends, much like the rest of the house, have focused on increased collaboration as more families spend time together, ease of use, and easy sustainability and maintenance.
Dayton mayor to take another run for state's top spot
April 19, 2021
Q&A: Dayton homebuilders talk building process
April 16, 2021
Locally owned candle store to open at Fairfield Commons
April 14, 2021
The store will offer handmade scented candles, wax melts, unity candles, memorial candles, diffuser oils, candle-making, candle parties and more.
New episode of DBJ-affiliated podcast hosted by Dan Edwards focuses on downtown's Arcade development.
Workforce development efforts in Montgomery County schools begin as early as kindergarten and elementary grades.
Tags Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association Montgomery County Educational Service Center Bryan Stewart
The increase in bond fund reserves, along with other investments, supports the port authority's ability to drive regional economic development through new projects and jobs.
If approved, the project would accelerate a surge of activity for the company, which in November said it planned to unveil four additional Dayton-area communities totaling upwards of 700 lots.
Demolition funding awarded to the Montgomery County Land Bank will create opportunities to grow the area’s inventory of affordable housing for low and moderate income families, including an $8 million...
Wright-Patt Credit Union fund names new nonprofit recipients
April 07, 2021
Wright-Patt Credit Union's Sunshine Fund gives thousands of dollars in support to five local nonprofits.
California mortgage lender expands to Dayton, Columbus
April 06, 2021
San Diego-based Guild Mortgage has opened its first two Midwest offices in Ohio – one in Dayton and the other in Columbus.