New construction is well underway at 303 Main Street. Plans are for a new two-story 5,393 sq. ft. mixed-use building with commercial tenants (tasting room and mercantile) on the first floor and two apartment residences above. Preservation architect Paul Falsetto and owner Bill Stoller are engaged in the project as part of a larger community revitalization strategy, including the restoration of some of downtown Dayton’s historic properties. The new structure is adjacent to the historic Dayton First Baptist Church building, which was extensively rehabilitated in 2014 and repurposed as a restaurant.