South Park Rehabarama October 12 – 21, 2007

25 Feb

South Park’s Rehabarama 2007 brought over 6,000 visitors to our neighborhood in October to see ten newly renovated and professionally decorated homes. Many of these homes are still available. This page provides detailed information, including histories and pricing, of all ten of the show homes.

The Home Group, Full Circle Development, and Historic South Park have been working together for well over a year to renovate dozens of homes in Dayton’s largest historic district.

The Rehabarama partnership between the City of Dayton and the HBA of Dayton dates back to 1993 in the McPherson Town Neighborhood just over the river from downtown Dayton. Unlike previous shows, however, all of the investment in this year’s show homes comes from private funding sources. Together, The Home Group and Full Circle Development have invested over $2 million in the transformation of Historic South Park!

The Home Group, LLC was formed by Michael A. Di Flora for the purpose of restoring homes in the Dayton area where he grew up and was educated. South Park Rehabarama is a give-back project by Michael and his wife Holly who have all their grandchildren living in the Dayton area.

Full Circle Development LLC is the culmination of a lifelong dream of Theresa Gasper to return to her childhood neighborhood and help revitalize it. Most of the houses owned by FCD are in the same block Theresa grew up in, including a recent acquisition of her grandmother’s last home. Theresa is the 4th generation of her family to live in South Park and she is proud to be a part of this rewarding project and to have worked with so many dedicated neighborhood volunteers to bring it all full circle. Rehabarama is just the beginning…

Rehabarama is a marketing partnership between the City of Dayton and the Home Builders Association of Dayton with additional support from the Dayton Daily News, WHIO, and Clear Channel Communications.

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