How many times do we pass an interesting building without really seeing it?
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COVERING YOUR COMMUNITIES
This new series on regional architectural treasures is presented in cooperation with AIA Dayton.
The organization was founded in 1900 as a chapter of the American Institute of Architecture and today serves as the voice of the architecture profession in the Miami Valley.
AIA Dayton serves a nine-county area and is involved in numerous community outreach programs, including Greater Dayton’s Favorite Architecture, where the public can vote and comment on its own favorite buildings. Find more information on-line at www.aiadayton.org and at AIA Dayton’s Facebook page.
TO VIEW ED YOUNG’S FAVORITE BUILDING:
Follow these directions from I-75 in downtown Dayton:
* From I-75, take the Ohio SR 4 North exit toward Springfield.
* Drive approximately 5 miles to the Ohio SR 444 North exit marked, “WPAFB, Area A-C.”
* Turn right at the first stop light onto Kauffman Road.
* Turn right at the first stop light onto National Road.
* Proceed 0.3 miles to McClellan Drive.
* The Radar Testing facility is located on the left past the intersection of National Road and McClellan Drive.
* Total trip length: Approximately 8 miles.