Dayton Airport Site Selection

Executive Summary

THE DAYTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT HAS MORE THAN 650 ACRES AVAILABLE FOR MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

Situated at the crossroads of America’s major transportation routes: I-70 and I-75, the Dayton International Airport has more than 650 acres of land readily available for mixed-use development. Whether you are looking to locate a commercial warehouse facility for distribution, a mini office park or a convenience/ hotel-conference center: we have the available acreage to suit your needs.

To discuss your development options at the Dayton International Airport, please contact Business Development Manager, Regina Holman via email at rholman@flydayton.com, or at (937) 454-8217.

The Dayton International Airport is located at the intersection of I-70 and I-75, giving it access to one of the most highly traveled intersections in the United States. In fact, the Airport is within 600 miles of 53% of the U.S. population. With acreage readily available for aviation or non-aviation use, coupled with a million square foot trucking facility that can be sub-divided for multiple tenants, Dayton International Airport is your choice for business development.

Area 1- 458.23 acres

This area has frontage on US 40 (National Road) and is located along the West side of the entrance to the Airport. A recent demolition along the Terminal Access Road creates a unique and immediate opportunity, due to the infrastructure that supports sites on either side of the roadway. We believe that this is an excellent location for a new hotel/conference center or a convenience center for on-the-way-home services.

Area 2- 227.48 acres

This area contains both Aviation and non-Aviation areas and is generally located in the southeast portion of the Airport. Recent demolitions here also provide for immediate and cost-effective development. Highway access is less than two minutes from Area 2.

Area 3- 335.59 acres

This area is proposed for warehouse/distribution/logistics with some office use. Located in the northern portion of the Airport, this site has limited visibility. Adjacent to the Airport's main runway, this site has a one-million square foot open facility that can be sub-divided for multiple tenants. Future plans for this area includes the possibility of extending rail to the site.