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Weatherdemon
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« on: July 18, 2019, 07:14:07 am »

Someone is turning a lot of dirt in that lot this week.
I was thinking OK Pop but, I believe that is a block east.

If not OK Pop, does anyone know what's going there?
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« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2019, 07:44:47 am »

Someone is turning a lot of dirt in that lot this week.
I was thinking OK Pop but, I believe that is a block east.

If not OK Pop, does anyone know what's going there?

OKPop is supposed to go on the lot across from the Cain's.  I am thinking the lot you are referring to may be the rumored GKFF project that to my knowledge remains unannounced.
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« Reply #2 on: July 18, 2019, 07:45:38 am »

That seems to be the GKFF project (Western Supply), that definitely is in the rumor mill for a dozen possibilities. Guess the timing/announcement may be forthcoming?
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« Reply #3 on: July 18, 2019, 08:58:35 am »

Not sure it is too secret. Isn't it this plot:

"The George Kaiser Family Foundation is planning a mixed-use residential and commercial development to anchor the northwest corner of the Brady Arts District, officials said Thursday.

Ken Levit, GKFF executive director, said plans are still coming together, but the hope is to have residential and office uses for the property in the 400 block of North Boulder Avenue, currently home to the Western Supply warehouses.

“GKFF owns the land and is planning a development consistent with our goals of creating a vibrant district that is attractive for young, creative people to live and work in Tulsa,” Levit said. “We are studying various options and hope to accommodate both residential and office uses on the property and do so in a way that can help define the northern edge of the (Brady) Arts District.”"

https://www.tulsaworld.com/homepagelatest/kaiser-group-focusing-on-residential-and-business-development-to-anchor/article_672c4d67-c3c4-530b-9957-792a78d4a1e3.html
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« Reply #4 on: July 18, 2019, 09:55:11 am »

https://tulsaok.tylertech.com/EnerGov4934/SelfService#/permit/8aa719a6-aeea-4ae9-b3ec-86fe67607d0d

https://tulsaok.tylertech.com/a79aeb04-7869-485f-bd15-93ce2b617ddc

Not sure if those links work, but Hickok-Cole architects are the ones doing it. They have a few interesting projects in their portfolio, but also a ton of very standard ones. The plans just show a small parking lot for now, but considering they have a $28mil TIF and are putting drives to a "future building" I wouldn't be surprised if structured parking is being installed. One of the meeting minutes talked about a 10 story building and the water/sewer requirements look like they are expecting this to be a pretty populated place in the near future.



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« Reply #5 on: July 18, 2019, 11:11:02 am »

It looks like they're digging out the SW corner of the lot which doesn't match up with the GKFF plans on the NE corner (unless I read that wrong.)
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« Reply #6 on: July 18, 2019, 12:05:14 pm »

The project description in the SW3P says that this will be a 6-8 story residential/office with parking garage. It looks like the project is divided into phases, and the first phase is demolition plus construction of utilities and a little surface parking lot at the corner. They are doing a complete streetscape/sidewalk around the perimeter.
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