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New Midmark HQ at Austin Landing Moves Forward

A bustling Dayton-area development will add another mixed-use property that will serves as Midmark Corporation's new headquarters.

From the March 9, 2018 edition of The Dayton Business Journal

By Cecilia Salomone, Staff Reporter

A bustling Dayton-area development will add another mixed-use property that will serves as Midmark Corporation's new headquarters.

Montgomery County records show a building permit valued at $4.2 million was issued to Miamisburg-based architecture firm CESO Inc. for the construction of a mixed-use building at 10170 Penny Lane in Austin Landing.

Larry Dillin, president of VisCap Development, which manages Austin Landing, said the three-story property will be around 39,000 square feet, and will house Midmark's new headquarters on one floor. Dillin said the other two floors of the property will be used as potential restaurant, retail and office spaces. Dillon said the property is already under construction, and is expected to be finished by Oct.1.

At Austin Landing, the Penny Lane section already is home to the Cinepolis movie theater, Bar Louie and Bar 145.

The Dayton Business Journal previously reported Midmark, one of the region's largest companies, would relocate its headquarters to Austin Landing. Midmark makes medical, dental and veterinary healthcare equipment.

The company will bring 20 to 25 positions from its current facility in Dayton, including members of its C-suite, finance and clinical affairs departments. It will also consolidate its West Chester office to the Austin Landing site.

Midmark is the 14th largest company in the Dayton region, according to research by the Dayton Business Journal. The company reported last year's revenue surged to $445 million from $399 million the year before.

The company employs 841 people locally and has nearly 1,700 employees worldwide. Along with its Dayton headquarters and production/administrative office in Versailles, it has six other locations in the United States.

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