Dayton Chess Club will host sale of contents and furnishings

The first floor of 18 W. Fifth St., which is home to the Dayton Chess Club. The new owner of the property hopes to bring a restaurant to the first floor. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

The first floor of 18 W. Fifth St., which is home to the Dayton Chess Club. The new owner of the property hopes to bring a restaurant to the first floor. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

The pandemic has put plans for a future club location on hold.

“Unfortunately, we don’t have any place to move to, so we have to get rid of the contents of the club,” Jordan Henderson, president of the Dayton Chess Society that runs the club, said.

ExploreColumbus firm to invest $3M in downtown Dayton building

The Reed-Steffan Building, the property that has housed the Dayton Chess Club for 22 years, was purchased in September by Triad Architects, a Columbus architecture firm.

The Reed-Steffan building, home to the Dayton Chess Club, on West Fifth St. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

The Reed-Steffan building, home to the Dayton Chess Club, on West Fifth St. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

The firm plans to renovate the three-story building for office, retail and residential uses.

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Dayton real estate investment firm sells apartment complex for $47M



a close up of a street in front of a house: Atlanta apartment complex Adrmore & 28th sold


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Atlanta apartment complex Adrmore & 28th sold

The Connor Group reported today it sold a luxury apartment complex in Atlanta for $47.25 million.

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The sale of Ardmore & 28th is the Dayton firm’s second property sale in 2020.

“People, plans and process make the difference,” managing partner and CEO Larry Connor said. “Thanks to our Atlanta associates following our proven systems, they successfully re-engineered the property in less than 24-months, putting us in phenomenal position to sell.”

Ardmore & 28th was originally purchased for $39 million in October 2018, according to the Connor Group. The sale gives $77,633 in proceeds back to the company’s non-profit arm, Kids and Community Partners, the company said in a statement.

“We believe organizations like ours who have been extremely successful have both the opportunity and the obligation to give back,” Connor said. “We don’t look at

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