The McCormick Condominiums in Downtown Dayton, Ohio

Want to watch the Dayton Dragons play baseball live from the comfort of your own home? You can from the condominiums at The McCormick. This building features unparalleled views of the ball park and Riverscape fountains in downtown Dayton, Ohio.

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About The McCormick
Originally a plumbing supply business, the building was constructed in 1913 and later placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.

it was converted into apartment space in 2004 by CityWide Development and architect Lorenz Williams. The building merited a Preservation Merit Award.


Now, it has been converted into affordable lifestyle condominiums. Ten loft-style units offer the best of urban living with exposed brick, pipes and ductwork, bamboo flooring and modern kitchens with stainless-steel appliances. Each unit comes with two assigned parking spaces. Condominiums are priced from $56,000 – $187,000. Steve Seboldt of Sibcy Cline Vandalia is pleased to report the building has sold out.

Read a great article about The McCormick here.

The Nose Knows

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Can a neighborhood have a smell to it? Yes it can.

The neighborhood this blogger lives in is three miles away from a Keebler Cookie factory. The smells from this manufacturing plant are glorious – with mouthwatering aromas of chocolate wafting through the air. It is intoxicating and delicious. An empty tummy will start to growl from the tempting whiffs of deliciousness. When I smell the Keebler chocolate in the air, I always think of the book, Willy Wanka and The Chocolate Factory.

As a child, I remember riding in the car along Vine Street through St. Bernard and smelling Ivory Soap being created. And at the ballpark, the aromas of hotdogs and popcorn are so enticing. There are so many different smells for different areas.


Sibcy Cline Vandalia agent, Steve Seboldt, sells homes in Harrison Township, where the Cargill factory produces both a sweet syrup (for its corn syrup production) as well as animal feed. Depending upon the day and air conditions, it can either smell sweet or pungent. Read more about this neighborhood here and how Steve still sells homes there, whether it is an odiferous day or not!