According to an application recently submitted to the Dayton Development Coalition (DDC), the City of Dayton is "seeking $3 million in state funding to help an undisclosed user build a new 250,000 square-foot facility in the greater downtown area," the Dayton Daily News reports. Code named Project Elwood, the $55 million proposed development is among 92 applications that the DDC has received as part of the 2014 State Capital Bill process, in which the coalition ranks and then recommends that certain projects receive funding from the state. The application says that the facility would be near the company's existing location, but the company itself remains undisclosed. If realized, the project would result in 260 new hires over the next few years, "in call center personnel and IT support, sales, marketing and support services," the article said. For more, read the full story.