WPAFB and Mission Point are at the epicenter of Dayton’s booming east market attracting professionals and a highly technical workforce from across the United States.

Getting there is easy. Major transportation arteries—I-675 and the inner-ring suburban loop form traffic corridors for primary and secondary access to the park. SR 4 and 35 and regional transit service make the area totally accessible—and bypass mall traffic gridlock. Amenities such as hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, and many other services are within a 2.5 mile radius.


Mission Point is all about location. Only minutes from Dayton’s Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Wright State University, Mission Point is the location of choice, for defense contractors and the highly educated and competitive workforce they attract.

Mission Point is a community within a community. The 134-acre campus accommodates sophisticated high-level defense contractors and creates a collaborative business environment.

In addition to state-of-the-art office buildings, the Mission Point campus provides for a planned amenities area including restaurants, a conference center, a fitness center, retail convenience services, and hotels that make it attractive to employees and visitors. It’s surrounded by green space with biking and walking trails.

Think of Mission Point as the epicenter of Dayton’s expanding defense marketplace. Then talk to us about locating your company at Mission Point!

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