Colliers report: Dayton office market activity expected to ramp up around WPAFB in 2023

While the Dayton office market is experiencing a slowdown, office space concentrated in one area of the region remains strong. This niche submarket has proven to stay a driving force in Dayton, even through uncertain times.

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