As the year winds down, Oklahoma City can proudly reflect on all that it has accomplished and gear up for future projects.
This year brought the groundbreaking of several pivotal projects including the new Boeing facility, the Bank of Oklahoma Park Plaza and the first MAPS 3 Senior Wellness Center. Several new residential projects are in various stages of design or construction, including the Civic Centre Flats condominium project and a handful of rental market offerings. All of these residential properties will help meet the high demand for housing in or near downtown.
Office space availability will also continue to grow, and the Oklahoma City skyline will continue to change with the addition of the OG&E, BOK Park Plaza and Clayco projects. These projects will continue their planning and construction in 2016.
Public transportation options will see progress this year, as the design of the MAPS 3 Modern Streetcar project is nearly complete and construction will begin in 2016. This project will provide an exciting and environmentally friendly way to circulate between Midtown, Bricktown and the Central Business District.
Read the full article here in the December 2nd edition of The Journal Record.