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« Reply #45 on: October 10, 2020, 10:14:49 pm »

University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, Oklahoma City


Children's Hospital equipped with 246 beds

OU Children’s Hospital and Physicians Building

University of Oklahoma Medical Center & Patient Tower (860 beds).

 University of Oklahoma Harold Hamm Diabetes Center (HHDC) at OU Medicine.

Oklahoma City Veteran Administration Medical Center









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« Reply #46 on: October 10, 2020, 10:50:20 pm »

Oklahoma City Area Hospitals & Clinics


Oklahoma City Integis Baptist Medical Center & Deaconess Medical Center Complex
Total staffed beds: 916


Equipped with 773 beds



Equipped with 375 beds north & 36 beds south






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« Reply #47 on: October 11, 2020, 02:06:17 pm »


Oklahoma City Downtown Infill Projects



Above pic via The Oklahoman


Law Offices of Miller & Johnson

Two above pics via OKCTalk.com

This project cost $5 million construct in the downtown area near Emerson Alternative School in Oklahoma City.
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« Reply #48 on: October 11, 2020, 03:13:06 pm »

The Bower, Oklahoma City Downtown Infill Projects


A 36-unit mix of Oklahoma City town homes and condominiums at NW 4th Street and North Lee Avenue.  DT residential population recently reached 13,500; there is a demand for 3,500 more units with 1,500 under construction or in some planning stages.  



The Bower, with Miller-Johnson in the background.
Above pic via OKCTalk.com


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« Reply #49 on: October 12, 2020, 04:59:38 pm »



Oklahoma City MAPS 4 Projects Initiative




City of Oklahoma City https://www.okc.gov/government/maps-4




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« Reply #50 on: October 13, 2020, 11:50:52 am »


Oklahoma City Convention Center Complex progress update


Oklahoma City spends $288 million on convention center construction


Oklahoma City's $85.5 million subsidizes the $241 million Omni Convention Center Hotel


Oklahoma City's 133 room $25 million Fairfield Inn & Suites Resort by Marriott


Oklahoma City's $23 million 1,100 space convention center garage

The $575 million Oklahoma City convention center complex.
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Oklahoma City First National Center's $250 million renovation


Single largest renovation project in Oklahoma's history







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Bricktown Marriott Update pics via OKCTalk.com





The hotel will provide accommodations for 182 guest rooms.  Tulsa hotelier Andy Patel bought the .4177 acres for $2 million in 2014 and originally proposed a Canopy hotel before he decided to go with the Hilton brand for the east Bricktown location.  The hotel will be the tallest structure in Bricktown.
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Lower Bids for completion of Scissortail Park



Wynn Construction Company's bid to complete the lower section of downtown's MAPS 3 park is $1.4 million under budget.

That leaves room for enhancements proposed by architects but in doubt for inclusion within the $20.5 million available to spend.--Oklahoman, (10-07-2020)
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« Reply #54 on: October 19, 2020, 10:07:15 am »

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« Reply #55 on: October 19, 2020, 10:36:26 am »



Oklahoma City's Classen Curve Development
(A vision of the late Aubrey McClendon)






6100 Grand--14 luxury townhouses. Construction is starting on the first phase that will consist of five homes, three of which are pre-sold. [CHRIS LANDSBERGER/THE OKLAHOMAN]

The 14 residences will feature as designed with large, lightfilled rooms, 12-foot ceilings, private courtyards, and exteriors consisting of cast stone and slate. The architecture is a feature of the beaux arts style, it is designed to act as a canvas for both classic and modern interiors.

The Classen Curve Development will infuse $100 million of investments into the area which serves Nichols' Hill and Northwest Oklahoma City.

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« Reply #56 on: October 19, 2020, 12:20:14 pm »


Devon Energy Absorbs WPX In Oil Industry ‘Merger Of Equals’



WPX Energy merging with Devon Energy in Oklahoma City:  https://www.fox23.com/news/local/tulsa-based-wpx-energy-merging-with-devon-energy-oklahoma-city/PE3WA2WOCRBAZISL3IH4DJ5RO4/


Tulsa-based WPX Energy and Oklahoma City based Devon Energy announced a plan to merge in an all-stock deal that would, based on stock values for both, create a new company with an enterprise value of about $12 billion.

Officials stated they expect the combined companies would achieve cost savings sufficient to generate $575 million in annual cash flow improvements by year-end 2021.

The combined company will be headquartered in Oklahoma City.

In a post to social media, Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt said the merger strengthens Devon, and out of the deal, emerges one of the largest independent producers in the U.S. headquartered here in Oklahoma City.


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« Reply #57 on: October 19, 2020, 01:36:35 pm »


Oklahoma City Skyline Pic




With the illuminated 'Ferris Wheel' in the new Wheeler District Development, the OKC Skyline can be seen in the background.
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« Reply #58 on: October 19, 2020, 04:26:03 pm »

First Americans Museum, $175 million construction, Oklahoma City





ONE PLACE, MANY NATIONS

In one place, visitors will experience the collective histories of 39 distinctive First American Nations. First Americans Museum (FAM) will share the cultural diversity, history, and contributions of the First Americans.

Opening Day

September 18, 2021 The 175,000 square foot museum will showcase state-of-the-art exhibitions in First American history, culture, and art; live public and educational programs; a family discovery center with immersive family-friendly activities; a full-service restaurant presenting unique Native inspired cuisine; and a museum store featuring authentic one-of-a-kind hand-made items or products by premiere First American artists.

Location

FAM is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the Crossroads of America, the confluence on Interstates 35, 40, 235 and 44. Oklahoma City is the capital and largest city in the state of Oklahoma, USA. FAM is positioned along the Oklahoma River across from downtown. Address: 659 First Americans Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73129




At a cost of $175 million when completed, the museum will include dozens of items on a 10-year loan from The Smithsonian, as well as other exhibits from the 39 tribal nations within the boundaries of Oklahoma.

Agreements have been signed to begin completion of the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum in Oklahoma City.

The City of Oklahoma City, the State of Oklahoma and a subsidiary of the Chickasaw Nation have closed on land agreements that will set in motion the completion of the museum.

"This is a promise that was made to the public a long time ago, and the sooner we can get the facility open, the sooner we can start generating that positive tax revenue for the state of Oklahoma," said James Pepper Henry, director and CEO of the center.

Construction on the center, which sits near the junction of I-35 and I-40, stopped in 2012 after state funding dried up. The city says that construction will resume in the summer and take approximately two years to complete. Interior finishes will then take another year, with the museum scheduled to open in 2021.
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« Reply #59 on: October 21, 2020, 10:55:10 pm »



Oklahoma City BancFirst Pic Update




Pic courtesy of OKCTalk.com
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