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« Reply #30 on: September 30, 2020, 04:41:51 pm »


The Boulevard




A restaurant will anchor the block that was once home to Boulevard Cafeteria in Midtown but will be a part of a more urban mixed-use development by Midtown Renaissance Group. 

Neighborhood Jam, a new daytime dining concept provided by the Hal Smith Group has locations in northwest Oklahoma City and Norman, is set to open on the first floor of The Boulevard when it opens sometime in the late 2020.

It is on the streetcar route and adjacent to the Villa Teresa development in Midtown.
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« Reply #31 on: September 30, 2020, 04:53:41 pm »


Oklahoma City's Convention Center Garage



The Oklahoma City Convention Center Parking Garage according to EMBARK officials will add 1,100 parking spaces; it will be the most technologically advanced parking garage facility in the area.

Officials say the garage will serve the Omni Convention Center Hotel, MAPS 3 Convention Center, Chesapeake Energy Arena, and nearby businesses.  The convention center parking garage has expansion capabilities with total parking capacity up to 1,400 parking spaces.

Total construction cost for this project is expected to exceed slightly above the $23 million range.

Cumulative garage parking spaces exclusive of surface parking will swell to 6,000 parking spaces with in walking distance of the new Oklahoma City Convention Center & Omni Hotel & Resort.
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« Reply #32 on: September 30, 2020, 05:36:37 pm »


Oklahoma River Pedestrian Bridge




ADG of Oklahoma City has submitted a presentation to the OKC Riverfront Redevelopment Authority on converting an abandoned train trestle
that stretches over the Oklahoma River near Western Avenue on the River Trail extending from the north to the south side of the Oklahoma River; estimated cost is $1.9 million.

The funding is in place as part of the 2017 general obligation bond passed in September of that year.  This project will enhance the area with a pedestrian and fishing bridge that ties into the Oklahoma River Trails and the City's River walking track.



Proposed Pedestrian River Bridge on abandoned train trestle.
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« Reply #33 on: September 30, 2020, 06:14:36 pm »

Oklahoma City's proposed Northwest Expressway Pedestrian Bridge




Construction is scheduled to start this winter on a $3 million pedestrian bridge that will create a safe passage at Northwest Expressway and Wilshire Boulevard for users of the Oklahoma City Trails.

City of Oklahoma City has built a number of pedestrian bridges over the Oklahoma River inside the city's river parks over the Oklahoma River as pictured above.


The new boathouse at Lake Hefner provides rented kayaks or stand-up paddleboards for guests to enjoys the many adventures of the lake.
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« Reply #34 on: September 30, 2020, 10:07:14 pm »



700 West Development 4th Street


27 studios, 84 (1-bedroom) and 27 (2-bedroom)

138 units with a variety of apartment sizes

Stunning view of downtown
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« Reply #35 on: October 01, 2020, 12:50:48 pm »

 
 
Oklahoma City's Amazon Non-Sort Facility


Artist's rendering of Amazon's Non-Sort Facility that will employ 1,000 in the 1 million square foot venue.
The Non-Sort Facility will be adjacent to Amazon's 2.6 million square foot facility that currently employs 1,700.
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« Reply #36 on: October 01, 2020, 01:15:50 pm »



Tiffany Apartments, Northwest Oklahoma City

Tulsa-based Ferguson Properties invested $32 million in the redevelopment; it was designed by Maxum & Mint Development Group.
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« Reply #37 on: October 02, 2020, 06:00:52 pm »



Oklahoma City's Heartland Payments Center ribbon cutting





Virtual ribbon-cutting for new Heartland building in downtown OKC!       Hundreds of new jobs and great new construction downtown!   
Congrats to all involved!--Mayor David Holt.

Heartland Payments Center will add 400 jobs to its downtown workforce of 550 that occupies the center as Mayor David Holt participated in the ribbon cutting signifying the opening of the center.  The additional 400 jobs will occupy the Mideke Building in Bricktown.


Mideke Building in Bricktown.

Construction of the $40 million center started in late 2018 with the company committing to relocate 160 employees from its Edmond headquarters along with at least 345 new hires to downtown Oklahoma City as part of a $1 million jobs incentives agreement approved by the Oklahoma City Council.
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« Reply #38 on: October 02, 2020, 06:19:41 pm »


Regency Tower has been sold to a Tulsa investment group





The 274 unit property sold for $18 million to an investment group out of Tulsa.  The tower stands at a height of 288 feet and it comprises 24 stories.
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« Reply #39 on: October 06, 2020, 08:21:09 am »


Section of Kickapoo Turnpike to open


Pic via Oklahoman, October 6, 2020

An 11 mile section of the Kickapoo Turnpike that stretches from the Turner Turnpike to NE 23 Street is expected to open to traffic on October 13.

The 21 mile  $400 million Kickapoo Turnpike is set to begin just east of Luther Road, at an at-grade intersection with SE 89th Street, on the Oklahoma–Cleveland county line. It will then head north and feature a southbound-only interchange with I-40 a half-mile (800 m) later.  There are four other interchanges set to be built between its termini: SE 29th Street, Reno Avenue, NE 23rd Street (US-62), and Britton Road. 

A toll plaza is to be constructed on the turnpike in the vicinity of Hefner Road and NE 122nd Street.  The Kickapoo Turnpike will end at a trumpet interchange with I-44 (Turner Turnpike) in Luther, just east of I-44 exit 146 (the Luther/Jones interchange).
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« Reply #40 on: October 07, 2020, 09:12:00 am »

  

 
Oklahoma City's SandRidge Tower filling-up as State Agencies Move in.


The Oklahoma Tax Commission, Oklahoma Department of Health and Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department have already begun moving their staffs into the 29 story tower currently occupied by a base of SandRidge Energy Corporation employees.

For six decades-plus, the block bordered by Robinson, Broadway, Robert S. Kerr and Dean A. McGee Avenues was the home of Kerr-McGee, a hometown-established energy company that grew into a global force before being acquired by Anadarko Petroleum in 2006.  The tower transformed the Oklahoma City skyline in 1972 with its new campus and that of the 37 story tower currently occupied by BancFirst Corporation.  

The former Kerr McGee Tower constructed in 1972 includes a 450-seat auditorium, a health club, meeting rooms and a garage equipped for 1,400 parking spaces.  SandRidge Energy had invested more than $100 million of improvements and upgrades to the tower campus makeover that will now be ocurpied by the State of Oklahoma through a $35.5 million.
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« Reply #41 on: October 08, 2020, 08:11:19 pm »


Tesla Opening Service Center in Oklahoma City





1125 N Broadway Avenue

Tesla’s website indicates it currently has no dealerships or service garages in Oklahoma, it does have charging stations at OKC Outlet Mall, 7624 W. Reno.


Above pics via OKCTalk.com


Car charging stations on the west side of the Oklahoma City Outlet Mall with the former AT&T (Western Electric Plant) in the background.

Electric car company Tesla is preparing to open a service garage in a former Volvo dealership in the area known as Automobile Alley.  A building permit shows the 11,775-square-foot service garage will include a meeting room, an area for customers, an information room and various offices.

Once a showcase for automobiles along Broadway Avenue in Oklahoma City, the area is being redeveloped with new restaurants and office buildings waiting to welcome the influx of customers who are looking to take advantage of a variety of shops and eating establishments growing in Bricktown, Midtown, Paseo Arts Districts, Asian Districts and the emergence of the once infamous Automobile Alley.
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« Reply #42 on: October 08, 2020, 09:43:24 pm »


The Original Oklahoma City Farmers Public Market District



OKC Farmers Market - 311 South Klein Avenue, Oklahoma City

(West of downtown off Exchange Avenue)


Palo Santo:  https://www.facebook.com/palosantookc/

Palo Santo and The Loaded Bowl are additions to the OKC Farmers Market District.

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« Reply #43 on: October 09, 2020, 08:39:43 pm »



Flix Brewhouse, Oklahoma City
8590 Broadway Extension
Oklahoma City, OK 73114



Posted: Aug 20, 2020
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR
) – A new movie theater and microbrewery is set to open its first Oklahoma location next month.

Flix Brewhouse will open to the public on Wednesday, Sept. 2.

“After postponing our opening date due to the COVID-19 outbreak, our excitement has only continued to build,” Flix General Manager Nick Toros said. “We look forward to opening our doors and bringing a new experience to the Oklahoma City Metro.”

Flix auditoriums feature state-of-the-art digital projection and sound, comfortable stadium seating, parabolic screens, reserved seating, and server call systems that allow guests to order silently.

“We’re changing the game for movie theaters and moviegoers across the country,” Toros continued. “No longer are guests coming to just sit down and watch a movie — they’re coming to encounter an elevated experience that will keep them returning for more.”

Guests will be able to eat hand-tossed pizzas, tasty burgers, and wings while trying out dozens of craft beers. Officials say Flix has its own craft beers and more than 11 taps of local craft beer favorites including Angry Scotsman, Anthem, Coop Ale Works, Elk Valley, Iron Monk, Lively, Prairie Artisan, Roughtail, Skydance, Stonecloud, and Vanessa House.

Due to the pandemic, Flix has also invested in an indoor air quality system that treats the air in an occupied space.

Also, guests will be required to wear masks upon entrance.

“Upon entry, masks will be required by guests but can be taken off while seated if eating or inside the theater or at a table in the Pub. Guests that are not consuming food or drinks should wear their masks when in their auditoriums,” the theater said in a news release.

Flix will premiere Christopher Nolan’s newest blockbuster “Tenet” while offering promotions like $1 popcorn, $1 sodas, and $3 Flix beers.





Construction pic September 10, 2019 via OKCTalk.com
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University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, Oklahoma City


College of Allied Health


OU Physicians Building


University of Oklahoma College of Medicine


Stephenson Cancer Center

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