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  • Cathy O’Connor

Old service station gets new heartbeat

Northeast Oklahoma City residents will have greater access to health care and other services and amenities thanks to a collaborative community redevelopment of a previous service station at NE 23rd Street and N. Rhode Island Avenue.

Built in 1931, the 18,000-square-foot building is being redeveloped by a team of local developers with the support of the community. The development group already has commitments from the Oklahoma City Clinic and Global Health as anchor tenants. Additional potential tenants include restaurants, shops and other services.

This is a transformative project for the Northeast Renaissance area. It will increase the quality of life for residents through greater access to health care and other services.

Read the full article at The Journal Record

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