CODE Credit Union Inc. will expand its downtown Dayton headquarters with the purchase of land adjacent to its West Monument Avenue building, as part of a plan to double the company’s current space and add employees, the Dayton Business Journal reports. Ford Weber, Dayton’s economic development director, said CODE also plans to renovate its current 8,500-square-foot office space; the total project is “expected to cost about $2.5 million,” according to the article. The company employs 24 people now, and “the expansion will help it grow to as many as 39 employees.” Weber called the expansion “a pretty big investment for them” as well as “a sign that business is doing well.” Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley said the city has seen several business expansions and investments in the downtown area, noting, “[w]e’ve been investing in downtown for decades, and we’re seeing the fruit of that.” For more, read the full article.
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