Food manufacturer SugarCreek has received city approval to turn a well-known West Dayton eyesore into a warehouse, offices and training facility.
SugarCreek is one of West Dayton’s larger private employers, with nearly 500 workers there now. It plans to renovate and reuse the abandoned Kroger store at 900 N. Gettysburg Ave., which adds to the company’s already considerable investment in the area.
“This is a neighborhood worthy of quality development, and I think that’s what (owner John Richardson) wants to do,” said Peter Tamborski, general counsel for SugarCreek.
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