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June 16, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY – Environmental issues at 23rd Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue have slowed the King’s Crossing development. Originally expected to start construction in winter 2014, that plan was abandoned when developer Susan Binkowski of Esperanza Real Estate...

June 10, 2015

One of Oklahoma City’s top priorities is the well-being of its residents. The city has worked to increase and improve infrastructure, business development and quality of life. One area that is just as vital is health and wellness, which the city continues to make a pri...

June 3, 2015

As the downtown Oklahoma City market continues to fill in vacant real estate and renovate existing buildings, developers have started to look to the outer rims of downtown. One area seeing extensive revitalization is west of downtown.

The west side is garnering some muc...

May 26, 2015

Redevelopment in Oklahoma City means new and renovated infrastructure, retail, housing, parking and a boost in the economy. Many districts have become full-fledged communities, providing many amenities to locals and visitors alike. While infrastructure is vital to the...

May 20, 2015

The Oklahoma City Economic Development Trust and City Council recently approved a combined $7.2 million in incentives for Boeing Co. and Paycom Inc. These economic development incentives will be used to expand the two companies’ facilities within the state and provide...

May 14, 2015

The former Page Woodson School at 600 N High Ave. in Oklahoma City will house 68 apartments.

A $25 million redevelopment of the former Page Woodson School in northeast Oklahoma City is set to begin this summer and will include a restoration of the auditorium that once h...

May 12, 2015

Downtown Oklahoma City is experiencing great, sustained growth. While downtown housing, commercial business, retail, restaurants and entertainment continue to see a renaissance, the outer rims of downtown look to experience this same growth.

One area outside of downtown...

May 6, 2015

Bricktown is in the heart of Oklahoma City’s entertainment district and is experiencing new and continuing development. In April, Bricktown unveiled its new logo, which will be displayed on light poles, maps, brochures and on the district’s website. The new logo replac...

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