Residences at Eagle’s Point

Historic Renovation/Adaptive Reuse

Residences at Eagle’s Point, located in Eaton, OH, is the historic renovation/adaptive reuse of the former Eaton High School building, constructed in 1926.

The Residences at Eagles Point showcases just how adaptive reuse can turn an empty building into a community asset. In addition to offering a mix of 40 one-, two- or three-bedroom affordable housing units, the Eagles Point development also features two market-rate apartments. The building also houses a beautifully restored auditorium that will double as a theater, a fully-equipped community room featuring the original hardwood floors of the old gymnasium, a fitness center and The Bistro at Eagles Point, a pay-it-forward concept restaurant. Residents enjoy the convenience of living within walking distance of downtown Eaton. In addition, Sinclair Community College continues to lease space for its Workforce Training Lab with plans to offer three scholarships to residents.

This building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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