Crawford Hoying

  • $33.5M Water Street Project Expected to Start Construction in December

    Water Street, one of the largest development projects in downtown Dayton in years, is getting ready to break ground. The Dayton City Commission has approved last week a development agreement with the project’s developer, Water Street Redevelopment LLC, a joint venture between Dublin-based Crawford Hoying Development and Dayton-based Woodard Real Estate Resources.

    Cincinnati 02 December 2013 16:19
  • Crawford Hoying Unveils Plans for $300M Mixed-Use Project in Dublin

    Columbus CEO magazine readers recently selected the City of Dublin as The Best Central Ohio Suburb to Do Business for the third consecutive year. And the good news just keeps on coming. On October 22, city officials and local developer Crawford Hoying unveiled plans for a $300 million mixed-use project that will transform the Columbus suburb and create a ”world class environment.”

    Columbus 23 October 2013 22:12

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