The newest phase of Page Woodson in northeast Oklahoma City is nearly complete, with occupancy expected to begin on the first two apartment buildings in early August. Located on the southwest corner of NE Sixth Street and N. Kelley Avenue, the third phase of the Page Woodson development is called New Page West and satisfies more of our downtown housing demand. The $10 million development, built on land acquired from the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority, includes four new
Two of Oklahoma City’s African American historic sites, the Lyons Mansion and Brockway Center, will receive funding from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, provided through the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund. The funding will be used for a local planning process that includes a reuse feasibility study and business plan for each property. Over the past two years, the National Trust funded 65 historic African American places and invested more than $4.