Building exceptional neighborhoods that create community.
At Crawford Hoying, we’re driven by developing, building and managing communities that come alive with a diverse mix of people and businesses.
For more than 25 years, we’ve been committed to being an industry-leading, full-service real estate development and management company providing our residents, tenants, visitors and employees an experience forged in steel and bound by community.
So in every way possible—Welcome Home.
Years in Business
Million $ in New Development
Field of Dreams: How building Bridge Park transformed an underused driving range into a thriving, urban neighborhood.
Opening doors to new opportunities.
“Our partnership with Crawford Hoying has led to continued growth and storied success for our restaurants and affiliated brands.”
Cameron Mitchell, Cameron Mitchell Restaurants
Your neighborhood isn’t just where you live, it’s who you are.
From spacious for sale properties, to dream apartments located in the heart of it all, Crawford Hoying offers homes, condos, townhomes and apartments for a lifestyle that’s just your style.
Nestled along the river, Water Street Apartments offer ample green space with your living space. With fitness trails, river access, a pool, RiverScape Park and nightlife all right outside your door—being home has never been more fun.
Overlooking Fifth Third Field, Delco Lofts offers floor to ceiling windows featuring panoramic views of downtown Dayton. With an industrial look and luxurious feel, these loft-style apartments provide a truly one-of-a-kind experience.
At Avery Pointe, the comfort of spacious living meets the lively entertainment of downtown Hilliard with pet-friendly apartments and townhomes conveniently located in Hillard’s school district.
Dublin, Ohio connected a new multi-use district to the historic center of the city with a new 760-foot long “S” curve pedestrian bridge.
North Market announces second phase of vendors at North Market Bridge Park.
134-key hotel with rooftop restaurant, bar and event space planned for Water Street District