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About this property
Normandy Club Apartments are located in Dayton, Ohio. National Corporate Housing offers short term leases for furnihed rentals at Normandy Club Apts. The focal point of the Normandy Club community is the Clubhouse with its cathedral ceilings, great room, party bar and lower level state-of-the-art Fitness Center. The Clubhouse overlooks thespectacular pool area with its multi-level decks and jacuzzi and the adjacent tennis court. A close drive to the I-675, Dayton Mall, Wright Patterson Air Force Base and shopping, dining and Centerville schools.
Thank you for inquiring about this community. Listed below is information about National Corporate Housing reservations at this location:
- One-Bedroom and Two-Bedroom Apts available
- Fully furnished apartments include: Furniture, Housewares, Linens, Streaming Cable, Wi-Fi, Utilities and Open Parking
- Unfurnished apartments may be available
- Normandy Club is a pet friendly community however breed/weight restrictions may apply - please contact your local team to learn more
- Short term leases available, a 30+ day minimum stay may be required
About Dayton, Ohio
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Ohio's borders are within 500 miles of approximately 60 percent of the country's population and infrastructure for manufacturing, making Dayton an ideal hub for manufacturers, suppliers, and shipping companies. Dayton also plays host to significant innovations in areas of industrial, aeronautical, and astronautical engineering, due in large part to the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. With the decline of heavy manufacturing, Dayton's business climate has shifted toward the insurance, legal, healthcare and government sectors.
Aside from defense and aerospace, healthcare accounts for a large part of Dayton's economy. Hospitals in the Greater Dayton area employ nearly 32,000 people, with a yearly economic footprint of nearly $6.8 billion. Premier Health Partners, a network of hospitals, contributes over $2 billion a year to the area through employment and capital expenditures. Many hospitals in the area have been awarded by Forbes, U.S. News & World Report, and HealthGrades alike for clinical excellence.