NEWS

July 31, 2015

Recent fires at the long-closed Page Woodson school east of downtown did not cause significant damage and the developer, Ron Bradshaw, is moving forward with a $25 million redevelopment into housing. 

The school, at NE 6 and Stonewall, closed in 1993 and was bought by B...

July 29, 2015

As Oklahoma City continues to grow, so does residential demand. More and more downtown housing is under construction and will soon be available to potential downtown residents. The planned Civic Center Flats will serve as a great addition to the expanding housing marke...

July 22, 2015

MAPS 3 is already helping Oklahoma City with attracting conferences, promoting public transit and assisting with the well-being of its citizens. While excitement grows for each new project, it is important to stop, take stock of our progress and provide an update on th...

July 15, 2015

Over the past several years, Automobile Alley has grown and developed into a distinct district.

Development, in the form of retail, restaurants and bars, such as Broadway 10 Bar & Chop House, Sidecar and the upcoming Twisted Spike Brewery Co., has come to the area.

Twist...

July 8, 2015

by Cathy O'Connor
via The Journal Record: July 8, 2015

Oklahoma summers are well-known for being anything but cool. That doesn’t keep residents from enjoying all of the outdoor activities that Oklahoma City has to offer. The city has made significant strides to improve...

July 1, 2015

Demand for Class A office space remains high in Oklahoma City’s Central Business District, but renovations being undertaken across downtown look to meet that demand.

Between 2007 and 2011, employment growth in the urban core was 2.2 percent, compared to 0.5 percent in t...

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