August 4, 2014
by Steve Lackmeyer - Published: August 4, 2014

Mark Beffort, perhaps the most respected and influential player in the downtown office market, is looking forward to some relief in the parking shortage as 1,800 new spaces open up from the Arts District to Midtown.

August 3, 2014
by Shaila Dewan, New York Times - Published: August 3, 2014

Americans have never hesitated to pack up the U-Haul in search of the big time, a better job or just warmer weather. But these days, domestic migrants are increasingly driven by the quest for cheaper housing.

July 30, 2014
by Steve Lackmeyer  Published: July 30, 2014

Northeast Oklahoma City area declared blighted

A large portion of northeast Oklahoma City centered at NE 23 and Martin Luther King Avenue was declared “blighted” Tuesday by the Oklahoma City Council after the panel received a new study showing the area is struggling with high unemployment and crime, plummeting home ownership, unsafe conditions and crumbling buildings and infrastructure.

July 27, 2014
by Steve Lackmeyer  Published: July 27, 2014

Longtime eyesores are being converted into jewels as Oklahoma City developers take on challenges to renew buildings.

a 220-foot-high amusement ride might or might not become a reality in Bricktown, but overall momeentum downtown is unquestionably giddy as the city moves beyond the 20th anniversary of the original Metropolitan Area Projects.