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Greater Downtown Plan

River Summit
April 17, 2009
Committee Structure

Greater Dayton CEO Roundtable Discussion


Task force chaired by Michael Greitzer, Dr. Mike Ervin & Rashad Young

Greater Downtown Value


Dayton Plan Proposition Funding

Dr. Mike Ervin Ron Budzik Ed Reilly


Value Proposition

Creating a
Sense of Place
The Rivers are Dayton’s Great
Central Placemaker
• Determined the basic layout and character for
Dayton as we know it.
• Rivers could be viewed as major Dayton avenues that
connect the City – not divide it.
• After the Great Flood, their role as a defining feature
was strengthened with uninterrupted green and blue
edges.
• Was rediscovered in the 1970’s as an underutilized
asset and is being incrementally revitalized in a
coordinated manner.
Re-energizing the River
Corridor – 30 Years and
Beyond
• Neighborhoods – McPherson Town,
Grafton Hill, Old Dayton View, Wolf
Creek, Wright-Dunbar
Re-energizing the River
Corridor – 30 Years and
Beyond
• The Repositioning of Downtown with the
Rivers as a Great Avenue – From Jobs, Jobs, Jobs
to Jobs, Amenities, Housing
– Riverscape, The Landing, Fifth-Third Field, Care
Source
Re-energizing the River
Corridor – 30 Years and
Beyond
• Growing our Institutions – UD, MVH,
Grandview, Children’s, Sinclair, DAI,
Masonic Temple
Re-energizing the River
Corridor – 30 Years and
Beyond
• Collaboratives/Linked Development –
Genesis, Renaissance, Da Vinci
Re-energizing the River
Corridor – 30 Years and
Beyond
• Moses Corridor – Ed/Med/Rec
Re-energizing the River
Corridor – 30 Years and
Beyond
• Functional yet Beautiful and Distinctive
Bridges
Re-energizing the River
Corridor – 30 Years and
Beyond
• Recreation – Five Rivers MetroParks and
Miami Conservancy District
Re-energizing the River
Corridor – 30 Years and
Beyond
• The Future – University of Dayton, Ponitz Career
Technology Center/Sinclair/Chaminade-Julienne
Campuses, Central Montessori, Waterfront Project,
Deeds Point, Tech Town, Downtown Housing
Thank You!