Riverfront Commons to Expand in Covington, Dayton; Apartments Going Up Nearby
The work in Dayton is particularly good news for future residents.
Two large apartment developments are well underway in close proximity of the trail system.
Tapestry at Manhattan Harbour, a 263-unit development at the east end of the city’s riverfront development, is on track to be completed sooner than previously expected.
“I was assuming they would start leasing some time next year,” Giffen said. “They expect to have one building open and ready to go by late summer, early fall. We may have some new residents coming into town sooner than we thought.”
Tapestry is developed by Birmingham, Alabama-based Arlington Properties.