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« Reply #330 on: March 28, 2022, 02:37:33 pm »



The demand for online digital shopping has given life to a new speculative warehouse development project about the size of 35 football fields which will be a boost to Oklahoma City's Industrial park space.  

It will be located at 2800 South Council Road which was part of the Will Rogers Industrial Park which already has 1 million square feet.  Total park space will approach 2.4 million square feet  owned by Bulk Industrial, based in Prairie Village, Kansas.

Big Industrial bought the shuttered Bridgestone/Firestone Dayton tire plant back in 2007.  They divided it in two sections, named it Will Rogers Business Park, and offered it for lease to industrial users.

It will be an expansion of Will Rogers Industrial Park in south Oklahoma City.





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« Reply #331 on: March 30, 2022, 06:28:23 am »





Chickasaw Nation's Plans to Expand OKANA RESORT

     Resort may include an Aquarium partnership & Multipurpose Stadium

Resort would receive $102.1 million in TIF money needs final approval
from Oklahoma City Economic Development Committee and the Oklahoma City Council.



OKC Zoo contemplated plans for a World Class $100 million downtown Aquarium in 2020


MAPS 4 Multipurpose Stadium was approved by voters in 2019

                                                       The Chickasaw Nation is in communication with Oklahoma City about the OKC Zoo building a world class
                                                                     aquarium on the OKANA RESORT property and the tribe also is interested in a subsequent phase
                                                                     of the resort may include the MAPS 4 $37 million Multipurpose Stadium.
                               


                                                       The Tribe would like to include the OKC Zoo Aquarian that was planned for downtown in its subsequent
                                                                     phases. There could be a plan to involve a partnership to building both venues.  The stadium 
                                                                     could also serve larger outdoor concert needs.



                                                          Estimate OKANA Project Cost: $342.1 million.
 
                                                      OKC Zoo Aquarian & Stadium estimated at $137 million.
                                   The $37 million stadium currently apart of MAPS 4 debt free collections.







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« Reply #332 on: April 12, 2022, 11:55:06 am »

The Citizen

12 story structure will be built on the corner of N.W. 5th & Robinson, next to the old Journal Record Building.
$65 million project

      OKCTalk.com reports:  https://www.okctalk.com/showthread.php?t=46879
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« Reply #333 on: April 14, 2022, 08:25:52 pm »



 
Oklahoma City's 700 West Development


A 255-unit housing project dubbed 700 West; design by Butzer Gardner for a group of local investors with some out-of-state money as well.









All above pics via OKCTalk.com

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Thomas Thimons recently joined the shrine team to manage the shrine’s development office. Tom brings 15 years of development experience to the shrine.
He recently enjoyed a tour of the shrine grounds and beautiful Oklahoma City.


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« Reply #335 on: April 19, 2022, 09:51:31 pm »


OKCTalk.com reports on 1204 North Hudson office infill

Four story office & retail structure








Full story link at OKCTalk.com https://www.okctalk.com/showthread.php?t=44977&page=4&p=1201062#post1201062

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« Reply #336 on: April 21, 2022, 10:26:20 am »



Another Apartment Complex planned for Downtown Oklahoma City

       Affordable housing units to be built by Denver firm



          247 units will be next to the 371 units being built
below at 700 West





     OKCTalk.com reports:  https://www.okctalk.com/showthread.php?t=46896&p=1201200#post1201200



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« Reply #337 on: May 11, 2022, 08:31:58 pm »

Oklahoma City Council Approved $102,200,000 TIF Funds
For Okana Resort & Indoor Water Park.


    

The $342 million Okana Resort & Indoor Water Park received a boost from the
City of Oklahoma City at Tuesday's May 10th council meeting with the approval of
a massive TIF funding package.  Those funds represent slightly under 30% of the
estimated cost of the resort.

The planned hotel style resort will tower 11 floors with 404 rooms includes a
100,000 sq. ft., indoor water park.

    

The 100 acre site was apart of an oil field; the Chickasaw Tribe started site preparations in March and they plan to
spend $34 million to clean up the area of toxins.

The resort will be on the site of the recently opened First Americans Museum (FAM).  The Tribe spent $14 million to
complete the $175 million museum and to cover operating losses of up to $2 million per year for seven years.

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« Reply #338 on: May 16, 2022, 04:44:23 pm »



Brazilian steakhouse coming to Oklahoma City's Bricktown

    

OKCTalk Reports on Rodizio Grill  https://www.rodiziogrill.com/




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« Reply #339 on: May 16, 2022, 05:30:56 pm »



Another Apartment Complex planned for Downtown Oklahoma City

       Affordable housing units to be built by Denver firm



          247 units will be next to the 371 units being built
below at 700 West





     OKCTalk.com reports:  https://www.okctalk.com/showthread.php?t=46896&p=1201200#post1201200




Uh, your top photo on this post is of NOMA. Here's the uncropped version of that rendering.

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« Reply #340 on: May 16, 2022, 07:52:59 pm »



Another Apartment Complex planned for Downtown Oklahoma City

       Affordable housing units to be built by Denver firm



          247 units will be next to the 371 units being built
below at 700 West





     OKCTalk.com reports:  https://www.okctalk.com/showthread.php?t=46896&p=1201200#post1201200




It's telling that they're both so generic no one can tell what city they're in.  Grin
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« Reply #341 on: May 16, 2022, 08:48:37 pm »

NOMA has casement windows, balconies and brick vs blank walls of EIFS. It's a far better building.
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« Reply #342 on: May 17, 2022, 06:23:13 am »

NOMA has casement windows, balconies and brick vs blank walls of EIFS. It's a far better building.

Better doesn't mean it's still not utterly forgettable. They both look like someone gave the Borg a Lego set. Is the problem some terrible city codes that block creativity like was the problem in Santa Monica - https://la.curbed.com/2017/10/27/15999658/boxy-buildings-santa-monica-new-rules

or do the architects just suck?

Or - you know -

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« Reply #343 on: May 19, 2022, 03:07:43 pm »

    
     Construction has started on the expansion project of University of Central Oklahoma's Richardson Stadium.
       Finished 12,000 seat stadium pictured will look below v

    

               Chad Richardson Stadium on the UCO Campus can be expanded by 10,000+ more seats increasing capacity to 22,000 - 25,000
                   making it the 2nd largest stadium venue behind OU Gaylord Family  Memorial Stadium and ahead of Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
                   in the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area.


               Credit above pics thru OKCTalk.com

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« Reply #344 on: May 24, 2022, 09:40:09 am »


Oklahoma River future construction to complement amenities.


 

The development will pay 100% of the resorts estimated $1.5 million in yearly hotel room taxes to the city, which then goes to the Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau to promote conventions, tourism and events at the fairgrounds--it benefits the new coliseum funded by room taxes.







A replica will include most of the decommissioned USS Oklahoma City submarine ships' bow with a reconstruction of the submarine.


Spectators at 2013 Regatta Festival at Finish Line on the Oklahoma River



Riversport Rapids to host International Events.   Mike Knopp, executive director for Riversport, estimated the economic impact of the races announced through 2025 will top $10 million. Each of the world competitions is expected to draw 400 to 800 athletes from more than 60 countries
during pre-event training weeks and during competition.

The Canoe Super Sprint Cup is returning to Oklahoma City along with the 2022 ICF Stand Up Paddling World Cup after the competitions were relocated from Moscow in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Recent announcements include the 2022 Pan American Canoe Slalom Championships; the 2022 Red Bull Rapids; 2022 Swiftwater Rescue Championship Games; the 2024 ICF Freestyle World Cup; the 2024 ICF Canoe Slalom Super Cup; the 2024 ICF Canoe Sprint Super Cup; the 2024 Pan American Canoe Slalom Championships; and the 2026 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships.



 
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