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« Reply #780 on: May 28, 2020, 06:48:10 pm »

Costco purchases 225,000 square foot, 4-story Hertz Administrative Center for $25.4 million.



The purchase of the Hertz Administrative Center will allow Costco to fill up a sizeable amount of the 225,000 square foot 4 story structure with room for growth.

The operations and customer care center will add about 1,044 total jobs in the third year with an average annual salary of $59,740.
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« Reply #781 on: May 30, 2020, 10:42:37 am »

Oklahoma City's skyline transformation

Devon & BOK Park Plaza Towers
A new look with Sandridge Tower (below, acquired by State for new offices), on the right, First National Center (outside lighting) & BancFirst Tower (complete exterior renovation).
Changes will be transformative...




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« Reply #782 on: May 30, 2020, 11:50:34 am »

Thunder Alley Entertainment Proposed.








Oklahoma City Thunder has submitted a conceptual proposal for a new Thunder Alley Entertainment Block to be opened in 2021.  The new plaza at the
intersection of Oklahoma City Boulevard and Thunder Drive designed to be an extension to the existing Southwest entry to Chesapeake Arena.

The designs submitted by Bockus Payne Architecture show a development with significantly more street presence than the first renderings submitted earlier this year.  

Director Cathy O’Connor, of the Urban Renewal Authority, said the development team, Hogan Property Co. and the Thunder, wants to “move fast” in getting construction started.--Oklahoman.



OKC Thunder Alley video:  https://www.news9.com/story/5e3710d573ed4c0f33eda165/plans-for-new-thunder-alley-submitted-to-okc
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« Reply #783 on: May 30, 2020, 02:00:20 pm »


                       

Retreat, pilgrimage planned to learn about martyred priest

The Gospel of Life School is inviting young adults ages 18-30 to part or all of a 24-hour retreat to pray, reflect and learn about the life of Blessed Stanley Rother. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the vulnerability of the elderly and terminally ill served through the GOLD ministry, precautions for physical distancing throughout this retreat/pilgrimage will be strictly followed. Participants are asked to wear a mask.

The event will be from 8 a.m. June 5 to 10 a.m. June 6 and will include a visit to the Catholic Pastoral Center, Mass at the Good Shepherd Chapel at the John Paul II GOLD residence in Moore, an opportunity to pray at the temporary tomb of Blessed Stanley Rother at Resurrection Cemetery, a conference with Fr. Don Wolf at Holy Trinity Church, Okarche, and lunch at Eischen’s. Also on the schedule is a meditative prayer walk from Rother’s birthplace to Holy Trinity Cemetery, eucharistic adoration, praise and worship at Blessed Stanley Rother Barn and an overnight silent all-night adoration at Good Shepherd Chapel.

For more information, contact Sister Maria of the Trinity at srmaria@gospeloflifedisciples.org
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