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Schwind Building

Identification

Schwind Building
Gibbons Hotel Annex, Ludlow Manor Apartments, Moraine Apartments
128305

Map

Structure in General

high-rise building
demolished [destroyed]
white

Usage

residential
restaurant

Facts

  • Originally 10 floors, an 11th floor addition was completed in 1928, and the name changed to the Schwind Office Building.
  • It was purchased in 1929, becoming an annex to the adjacent Gibbons Hotel, now known as the DoubleTree Dayton Downtown.
  • It was purchased in 1965 by James Cox, who intended to use the building as part of an expansion of the Dayton Daily News newspaper. That plan never came to fruition and the building served as moderate-income apartments for many years.
  • A plan to renovate and reposition the apartments as the Schwind Flats was announced in 2004-2005, but that plan never came to fruition. The building remains vacant, except for the restaurant on the first floor.

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Location

27 South Ludlow Street
45402
U.S.A.

Technical Data

36.58 m
36.58 m
11
1912
1913
1928
Aug 17, 2013