Dayton’s Eco-Rehabarama to be held in May in Huber Heights.
The Dayton arts community is vibrant and rich but still, it’s tough times for everyone. What’s a arts organization to do? Well if you are the Dayton Philharmonic, the Dayton Opera, and the Dayton Ballet, you sit down together to figure out a way to support each other. This week it was announced that the three stalwarts of performing arts in Dayton have joined to create the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance.
There are some very interesting things happening in Detroit these days- positive things, a new energy is emerging from the ruins. You can read more about that and the possible implications for Dayton in my latest DaytonMostMetro.com post. An excerpt: A couple of decades ago our cities were built from the top down. Industry […]
My experience as a Realtor, working with home buyers in Dayton Ohio is that they want to live in Dayton, they want housing alternatives like modern homes at a variety of price points. They want alternatives to cars as transportation. They want to live close to work, and to play. As a lifelong Daytonian, I’m excited about this plan as it addresses many of the issues that keep people from moving to Dayton, and adds more of what brings people into Dayton.
If you are looking for a website that celebrates the local flavor of Dayton, you have to visit DaytonMostMetro. The lively, positive conversation and interesting posts will give you a real sense of what is going on in the Dayton area.
The Dayton Area Board of Realtors has released their statistics for home sales in the entire Dayton area, for June, 2012. This is a broad, overall market view which is useful in seeing how the general area is doing, but may not be indicative of how your particular neighborhood is faring through all this. As always, give me a call when you need specific community and neighborhood information as that is going to impact the sale of your home, more than these general stats. – Theresa Lussier, 937.343.1411