History of the Home Builders Association of Dayton

On the 50th Anniversary of the Home Builders Association of Dayton, its members were treated to a look back on the previous decades. To see how the Association has grown and changed through the years, please click the links below:

Past Presidents

The Home Builders Association of Dayton has endured and grown due to the vision and leadership of its Past Presidents. Each of the individuals below give their time, expertise and efforts to the Association for the benefit of all the men and women involved in the home building industry and we cannot thank them enough.

Past President Slideshow

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Ohio History Connection – Ohio Modern: Preserving Our Recent Past

The Ohio Modern Dayton Area Survey Report is the culmination of a history-architecture survey conducted in selected neighborhoods and transportation corridors of Dayton and surrounding communities. The survey report includes the research design, summary of the survey methodology, brief outline of historical development of survey areas, a listing of all inventoried properties, bibliography, maps of overall survey areas and specific subdivisions surveyed, an assessment of the significance of the inventoried properties based on National Register of Historic Places criteria and integrity requirements and a list of properties and districts that may qualify for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places.

Click here to view the Dayton Area Survey Report