What are Dayton’s different districts like?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Those looking for apartments in Northeast Dayton will be happy to know that they are close to many of the city’s popular districts. Getting around town is easy, so having a little fun is often as simple as finding a streetcar and hopping in. For example, the Neon District is the perfect place to take in a movie. Check out an art film at the Neon Movie theatre, located on Fifth Street, or just stroll around on foot and take in the sights. The Motor Car District runs along Ludlow Street. This is the spot where several dealerships were located after World War I, and there is a museum here that showcases the Packard. The Webster Station Historic District hosts a farmers market and is filled with interesting architecture and the Terra Cotta District offers its own nod to building materials over near Fifth and Ludlow. There are so many different sections of the city to explore that it feels like you are in a very large city (one without all the crowds and traffic).

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