DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Miller-Valentine Group announced plans to locate its commercial real estate services division, as well as its executive offices, at 137 N. Main St. in downtown Dayton following the remodeling of office space.
Miller-Valentine merged its leasing, brokerage and property management services with Gem Real Estate in May of 2012 to create the Miller-Valentine Gem Real Estate Group.
Miller-Valentine staff will join Gem Real Estate staff to occupy part of the Barclay Building by early 2013. The company has pledged to add 26 full-time jobs over the next two years to the 17 employees already working in the division.
The City of Dayton is supporting the move with a $185,000 development grant approved by the City Commission at its October 3 meeting.
Miller-Valentine Group provides commercial and residential real estate services and is a general contractor. It has operations in Dayton, Cincinnati and South Carolina.
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