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« Reply #1290 on: October 09, 2018, 02:24:13 pm »

Nova Comics is gone? I thought it was open as recently as last week.

http://www.tulsaboxyard.com/stores-2

This is their latest updated version of shops.

http://www.tulsaboxyard.com/stores

Their old listings. Some that are gone, but I remember a Tulsa World article with Nelson or Stowe about how the Boxyard by design was not meant to permanently house locations. Sort of a retail incubator space. Whether that's spin or not, who knows.

Landella has moved out. (Or soon will be.)
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« Reply #1291 on: October 09, 2018, 02:40:27 pm »

Nova Comics is gone? I thought it was open as recently as last week.

http://www.tulsaboxyard.com/stores-2

This is their latest updated version of shops.

http://www.tulsaboxyard.com/stores

Their old listings. Some that are gone, but I remember a Tulsa World article with Nelson or Stowe about how the Boxyard by design was not meant to permanently house locations. Sort of a retail incubator space. Whether that's spin or not, who knows.

I was wrong about the comic shop. I went by one time during typical retail hours and it was closed and looked mostly empty. Maybe they were changing things up or in process of restocking.
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« Reply #1292 on: October 09, 2018, 02:50:24 pm »

Landella has moved out. (Or soon will be.)

It says it was founded by Spexton founders. They list Spexton as opening soon.

Looks like 6 of those on list are closed/closing (East and West, Dwelling Spaces, Water Co., Abelina's Boutique, Landella, WirWar). Looks like it's tough to be in retail. Okie Dokie moved in.
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« Reply #1293 on: Today at 01:43:22 pm »

Renovations at the Reunion Center Building at 4th & Main are scheduled to start in April.  This will create 80 new apartments.  Same developers as the Adams Building which is under construction and will have 65 apartments.

http://www.newson6.com/story/39308350/developers-using-crowdfunding-to-help-%20finance-downtown-tulsa-projects
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