Furnished Corporate Housing in Dayton, Ohio
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Dayton, Ohio is a modest city with a population of around 150,000 people. Located west of Columbus, northeast of Cincinnati and east of Indianapolis. It’s a very central location with excellent transport links which makes it very popular for businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Founded because of its proximity to around 60% of the country’s population and manufacturing centers, transportation is a big driver here. Other influences include defense, aerospace, healthcare and services. It’s a varied economy with a good range of corporate and smaller enterprises.
Short-term housing in Dayton is comprised of upscale furnished apartments within nice areas of town. Each rental is fully furnished and equipped and comes with TV and internet. Rent is fully inclusive too.
Employment in Dayton
Dayton’s economy punches way above its weight in terms of output and productivity. There is a strong aviation industry here as well as manufacturing, transport, defense and supporting industries.
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is also a significant factor, employing over 27,000 people.
Major employers in Dayton include Premier Health Partners, Kettering Health Network, The Kroger Company, LexisNexis, Wright State University, AK Steel Corporation, Honda of America Manufacturing, Community Mercy Health Partners, University of Dayton, Emerson Climate Technologies, Meijer, Inc., Cox Media Group Ohio, Speedway, LLC, Behr Dayton Thermal Products, AT&T Ohio, DPL Inc., CareSource, Fifth Third Bank and the Advanced Technical Intelligence Center.
Medical centers in Dayton include VA Medical Center, Children’s Medical Center of Dayton, Miami Valley Hospital, Grandview Medical Center, Kindred Hospital Dayton and Medical Center at Elizabeth Place.
Getting around Dayton
Dayton is served by James M. Cox Dayton International Airport (DAY), which is north of the city. It is linked via a shuttle bus or you can drive.
There is no rail link into the city.
Buses are run by Greyhound while The Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority operates bus routes and a trolley bus.
Road and car are your main methods of transport. Dayton is close to I-70, I-75, I-675 and US-35 so getting around is easy using these and local routes.
Living in Dayton
Dayton is known as the Gem City because it’s a hidden gem. It’s an attractive city with lots of green space, open areas and the Dayton Aviation Heritage Park. With good levels of employment and relatively low crime, it’s a popular place to live and work.
Neighborhoods in Dayton include Arlington Heights, Belmont, Burkhardt, Carillon, College Hill, Cornell Heights, Dayton View Triangle, Deweese, Downtown, Eastern Hills, Eastmont, Edgemont, Fairlane, Fairview, Five Oaks, Five Points, Forest Ridge-Quail Hollow, Gateway, Germantown Meadows, Grafton Hill, Greenwich Village, Hearthstone, Highview Hills, Hillcrest, Historic Inner East, ,Kittyhawk, Lakeview, Linden Heights, Little Richmond, Macfarlane, Madden Hills, McCook Field, Mcpherson, Miami Chapel, Midtown, Mount Vernon, North Riverdale, Northern Hills, Northridge Estates, Old Dayton View, Old North Dayton, Oregon, Patterson Park, Pheasant Hill, Philadelphia Woods, Pineview, Princeton Heights, Residence Park, Riverdale, Roosevelt, Santa Clara, Shroyer Park, South Park, Southern Dayton View, Springfield, Stoney Ridge, Twin Towers, University Park, University Row, Walnut Hills, Webster Station, Wesleyan Hill, West Wood, Wolf Creek and Wright View.
Things to see and do in Dayton include Miami Valley Trails, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Huffman Prairie Flying Field & Interpretive Center, Wright Cycle Company Complex, Dayton Art Institute, Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, Dayton International Peace Museum, SunWatch, Dayton Opera, Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, Dayton Air Show and Human Race Theatre Company.
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