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« Reply #255 on: September 02, 2021, 10:34:12 pm »



Oklahoma City's Chisholm Creek

Domain, new project to feature 240 Luxury Apartments






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« Reply #256 on: September 02, 2021, 11:16:00 pm »



Oklahoma City's Chisholm Creek

Domain, new project to feature 240 Luxury Apartments




WOW! But So-What
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« Reply #257 on: September 03, 2021, 09:39:47 pm »

WOW! But So-What


Forgive me for not completing this project with information...

The building permit application for this project was filed on May 7, 2021.  The new construction will add substantially to living options at Chisholm Creek, joining the 287 units at the Argon Apartments, 13600 North Blackwelder Avenue.  Adding to the 180 acre development with more projects planned for the future.

                    

Chisholm Creek will have 587 luxury apartments with Chisholm Creek comprised of the really upscale establishments in Uncle Julio's, Red Solo Pub, Cabela's, COSTCO, TopGolf and an Events Center.  Concerts at the Creek feature live music every Thursday and Friday night and Coffee & Cars happens the first Saturday of every month. Special events like Battle of the Brews and a Halloween party for kids are just examples of the types of activities Chisholm Creek offers.

Chisholm Creek has rolled with the punches and has actually expanded its square footage with its newest addition, The Shops at Market Street, and added several new concepts to its dining and retail offerings.

The Shops at Market Street is a new strip of boutique retailers at Chisholm Creek. The new addition opened in March and features an impressive mix of local flair and new-to-market national brands. Established local retailers like Plenty Mercantile, Shop Good, OKC Soda and Apple Tree Chocolate have opened locations there as well as national-restaurant chain Chicken Salad Chick.

                    

                    
              
                    

                    

Graphics by Marcus Elwell  Velocity / Development / October 14, 2020

Developments like these which are under constructions, being planned with solid financial footing has helped boost Oklahoma City's growth in the last 10 years.  

Mayor David Holt reacted, 'One is not usually surprised by Census data, but today’s news was a bombshell for those of us who follow this topic.  The official 2020 count exceeded the most recent estimate by 18,740 people.'

OKC's 2020 growth estimate was 662,314; adjusted to a final count of 681,054.





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« Reply #258 on: September 05, 2021, 10:58:34 pm »



Updates of Blessed Father Stanley Francis Rother Shrine.


                  
    The official designation as 'Basilica' will be proclaimed by Pope Francis when the Supreme Pontiff with the title of minor basilica, thereby signifying their particular link with the Roman Church and the Supreme Pontiff.

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The site will be developed over time, along with the Spanish colonial-style church, an additional element will be a $5 million pilgrim center and museum will be added over time.


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« Reply #259 on: September 07, 2021, 11:42:58 am »




The new Amazon Non Sort Facility will handle large items.

Furniture, Appliances & Machines.



Now Open and taking applications...



Public Incentive Assistance:  City of Oklahoma City $1.7 million - 500 - 900 employees.





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« Reply #260 on: September 08, 2021, 01:55:32 pm »



OKC's Page-Woodson Housing Development

Former Northeast OKC school redeveloped for affordable housing.










Former site of Historic Douglass High School (5th & High) before being moved to the Oklahoma State Fairground at 10th & Eastern (Now MLK Jr.,Blvd) the site now offers affordable housing for the elderly.  Once a vibrant area where Safeway, TG&Y, Grady's Hamburgers (8th & Kelley), Bulter's BBQ and the Fifth Street Diner (My mother owned), the historic site which includes an auditorium and gymnasium provides senior citizens a quiet space that includes reopening of the school indoor pool and lots of workout equipment for its patrons.

The old historic 3,500 seat Page Stadium on the site of Booker T. Washington Park was demolished in the late 70s.  The park has since been upgraded thru OKC's MAPS Initiative to provide space for Little League football (Page Stadium) with seating to accommodate 500.  Washington Park no longer provides outdoor Swimming (large pool & toddler pool) on the site.

Two Videos: The Douglass at Page-Woodson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLQHRx3G0Tw  

https://vimeo.com/embed-redirect/216108994?embedded=true&source=vimeo_logo&owner=66258197





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« Reply #261 on: September 10, 2021, 06:24:31 pm »




OKC's Will Rogers World Airport


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          Expanded 133,022 sq. ft. to the existing 410,000 sq. ft., airport terminal.
          Four additional gates.
          New security checkpoint lanes.
          Non-ticketed observation: Friends & family of travelers can watch aviation
          activity.
          High-tech improvements.
          Expanded shopping and dining amenities.
          Commissioned artwork by Matt Goad viewable from the public mezzanine.


                                            Terminal Expansion & Renovation Cost:  $89 million


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« Reply #262 on: September 13, 2021, 05:56:37 pm »





OKC Will Rogers World Airport Terminal Expansion.

Will be fully operational September 22, 2021




Press release:

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New Terminal and Checkpoint Opens This Week!
Allow for more time to find the right checkpoint for your ticket as we make this transition

OKLAHOMA CITY, September 13, 2021 –Travelers will start seeing some changes this week when they arrive to check-in for their flight. The long-awaited new terminal checkpoint will start processing passengers beginning Wednesday, September 15.

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoint will be moving to their new location on the East side of the terminal from the current position in the West terminal, but it will take a few days to fully transition. TSA is asking the public to allow for ample time to check-in and to navigate their way to the new terminal checkpoint area as they make this change from the old to the new.

The new checkpoint will allow for three (3) standard lanes and one (1) Precheck lane. By September 22, passengers will see two precheck lanes and four standard lanes to further expedite the screening process.

The checkpoint movement will begin Tuesday, below is the transition schedule and outlines where passengers will need to go.

Tuesday, (9/14) - The Annex checkpoint (overflow) will be closed for good.
Wednesday (9/15) – Precheck and standard passengers will use the current (old) checkpoint. All Delta, Frontier and Southwest Airlines passengers will use the new checkpoint.
Thursday (9/16) – All standard passengers will use the new checkpoint and all precheck passengers will use the current (West) checkpoint.
Friday (9/17) – All standard and precheck passengers will use the new checkpoint. The current checkpoint (old) will be closed for renovation to make way for a new meter greeter lobby.

Passengers can ask for directions at the Traveler’s Aide information booths and ticket counter agents are available to help. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and flyokc.com for updates.
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« Reply #263 on: September 15, 2021, 06:34:27 pm »



Oklahoma City's Mercy Hospital Complex Continued Growth

Expanded addition will increase hospital licensed bed total to 422



 4300 West Memorial Road

The Love Family Women’s Center will be a 175,000-square-foot, four-story building on the campus of Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City. It will feature an obstetrics emergency department staffed by obstetricians.

Forty percent of the $98 million project is funded through generous local donors. When construction is complete in fall 2023, Mercy will have a total of 73 patient rooms to serve women in the new center, increasing the capacity for deliveries by 40%.

A large portion of this project was generously funded through Mercy Health Foundation Oklahoma City. It is the largest fundraising campaign in the history of Mercy.

  

The family of Tom and Judy Love gave a $10 million lead donation to this project. Cathy Keating a co-chair with Judy Love led the way in raising more than $30 million toward the $40 million fundraising goal.

                                                                               Project estimated cost:  $98 million


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« Reply #264 on: September 17, 2021, 02:06:38 pm »


Oklahoma City's Innovation Plaza


Building permit applications have been filed for a hotel, office and parking structure.

Project estimated cost:  $71 million




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Developers:  Robinson Park (Mark Beffort's group) and Gardner Tanenbaum.

Source:  OKCTalk.com visit the site at: https://www.okctalk.com/showthread.php?t=46098&page=7


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« Reply #265 on: September 20, 2021, 09:58:42 pm »



 

                                                     
           

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« Reply #266 on: September 21, 2021, 10:04:55 am »




Leonardo DiCaprio pays surprise visit to the recently opened First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City.
 


DiCaprio (left) is pictured with James P. Henry (Center) and OKC Mayor David Holt far right, who hosted DiCaprio.--Photo credit: FAM museum.

Leonardo DiCaprio toured the museum as 'Killers of the Flower Moon' filming wraps up in Oklahoma.  DiCaprio visited the museum as its team of Native American filmmakers was installing the video elements into the Origins Theater, which shows animated short films telling the genesis stories of four tribes: the Caddo, Pawnee, Yuchi and Otoe-Missouria.

Over the past few months, DiCaprio showed up in several Oklahoma museums' as he visited various state landmarks, sometimes with his "Killers of the Flower Moon" (the epic Martin Scorsese Western) with some castmates and crew.  The prolific actor also toured the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum.

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« Reply #267 on: September 21, 2021, 11:22:47 am »



Oklahoma City's 4th Street Experience


Mick Cornett Drive


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« Reply #268 on: September 23, 2021, 10:33:21 pm »


Oklahoma City Strawberry Fields Development









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« Reply #269 on: September 23, 2021, 10:59:56 pm »

That's some serious vaporware. None of that is a real plan.
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