DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Food manufacturer SugarCreek will move into the former Kroger store on Gettysburg Avenue.
The site will be used as a warehouse for equipment storage. City Commissioners approved the rezoning at Wednesday’s meeting.
“The site has been long-vacant. Vacant buildings can become eyesores,” said Ann Schenking, Secretary to the City Plan Board. “I think this is a demonstration of SugarCreek’s investment in the area and their commitment, and that’s always important for a neighborhood.”
There is no word yet on when the facility will open.
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