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Dayton, Ohio


Located six miles north of Dayton’s central business district, YORK COMMONS is an 80 acre regional retail project and has a strong demographic base. I-70 and I-75 are two of the nation’s primary interstates & intersect one-half mile north of YORK COMMONS. This intersection draws shoppers from outside the traditional market area. Twenty-Five interstate highways and major state routes converge on the "Crossroads", tying the region to more than 300 cities and towns and two-thirds of the nation’s population. This is one of the nation’s largest 90-minute markets. Travel time to the Dayton International Airport is less than 10 minutes.

The property is zoned RCS-1 (Regional Commercial Service district) allowing for most business enterprises. The property is master-planned to include over 700,000 sq. ft. of retail. Over 100,000 cars pass each day on I-75 and over 185,000 pass through the interchange of I-70/I-75, otherwise known as the "Crossroads of America".

Existing occupants include Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Olive Garden, Smokey Bones, Red Lobster, Liquor and Wine Warehouse, Outback Steakhouse, Max and Erma’s, Marriott, El Toro, Skyline Chili, Steak “N” Shake, Extended Stay of America, Drury Hotels, Hampton Inn, Popeye's, Fricker's, Residence Inn, Hooters, T-Mobile, Petland, Panera Bread, Gamestop, T-Mobile, Fazoli's, McAlister's Deli, Batteries + Bulbs, Taco Bell, Frisch's Big Boy, Chick-Fil-A, McDonalds, and many others. Access is simple and direct, while traveling either along I-75 or through the extensive local road network.

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