ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS BOOK
This high-tech manufacturer produces steel tubing used in automotive exhausts, bicycle frames, fence posts, and more. It recently took over the former PMG building at 5800 Wolf Creek Pike, next to Trotwood Commerce Park. The company expects to create 25 jobs in its 1st year and another 25 jobs within 24-36 months. Recently, the city obtained a $150,000 Montgomery County ED/GE grant for them to renovate and rehabilitate the existing building.
Additionally, Epix Tube is current rehabilitating the former K-Mart Building for additional warehousing purposes.
This large manufacturing facility is currently available for sale or lease. Contact Matt Arnovitz, C.B. Richard Ellis at 937/901-2916 for more information.
Commercial / Retail
In partnership with EMTEC and Essman Consulting, the city is developing a technology business cluster park on the former Salem Mall site named TechConnection. Its partners are targeting Advanced Energy Storage companies and their supply chain partners as potential tenants. The city is currently competing for a $750,000 State of Ohio Job Ready Sites grant to fund installation of the major roadway there.
This family-owned fine dining establishment opened in September 2011 in a former Applebee’s located at 2555 Shiloh Springs Road that is fully renovated. Taste employs 20 to 25 people and seats 160. Its cuisine features gourmet Cajun and Creole soul food, and it offers live jazz, blues, and R&B on weekends.
Main Street Trotwood Corridor
In 2010, the city installed decorative, historic-style light poles and benches here. In 2011, it created new signage for 3 shopping areas, including those located at 504-506 and 729 East Main and the Broadmoor Plaza, which also received major façade improvements. On behalf of Trotwood SAY Soccer, the city is constructing a concession building at 701 East Main, which should be completed in early 2012, when more streetscape upgrades including more decorative lighting and new streetscape banners will begin.
Moss Creek Golf Course Community
This upscale community built around the very popular Chi Chi Rodriguez signature course has beautiful existing homes and room for new construction. A photo of it was used in the August 30, 2011 MSN list of the nation’s 10 Most Affordable Housing Markets (based on Coldwell Banker's latest Home Listing Report), where Trotwood came in at #9.
Olde Town Trotwood
The charming, historic backbone of Trotwood promises great deals on housing stock dating back to the mid-1800s when the community was first founded. The area features the Iams Homestead Museum, the Olde Town Train Depot, and a picturesque bikeway.