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« Reply #405 on: February 01, 2023, 12:13:49 pm »

             





OKCTalk.com reports on Oklahoma City Zoo Aquarium planned on OKANA Resort:

https://www.okctalk.com/content.php?r=910-Zoo-selects-firm-for-aquarium-design





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« Reply #406 on: February 05, 2023, 12:19:49 pm »



Update design on Oklahoma City's Convergence District (Formerly, Innovation Hall).


Images via OKCTalk.com, top is the updated design, below is the original design


Oklahoma City Convergence District received $70 million in MAPS 4 Initiative funds to improve the district designed to
attract technology innovation to the OU Health & Science Center Complex's Biotech research arm.  

Innovation Hall, Hotel And Much More Coming To Innovation District In 2024https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQUJPNQ4Omg

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« Reply #407 on: February 05, 2023, 05:41:03 pm »




OKANA RISING,  OKLAHOMA CITY

  
                                   This recent photo by OKCTALK.com shows the above ground construction on the $400 million Chickasaw Tribe's
                                   OKANA indoor water park & 404 room resort hotel in East Oklahoma City just south of the Oklahoma River with full
                                   view of the Oklahoma City skyline.  

                                   The huge crane, signals the beginning of construction around the Oklahoma City FAM museum with offers from The
                                   Tribe to include the MAPS 4 Multipurpose Stadium and an work-in-process design for an Oklahoma City Zoo Aquarium
                                   on the 100 acre development given to THE TRIBE for finishing the long planned Indian cultural museum.  

                                   The Chickasaw Tribe estimates that the museum and resort alone will attract 500,000 annual visitors.

                                   The FAM museum's final construction costs topped out at $171 million.



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« Reply #408 on: February 06, 2023, 09:22:47 am »

                              
                              Oklahoma City Building Boom


                                                                                

The year started with about 3,250 apartment units being built in more than 20 different complexes, nearly 70% more than the normal average, according to Capstone Companies, a multifamily property brokerage firm.

Since then, 1,000-plus additional units were announced for a total of about 4,400 apartments coming to the Oklahoma City metro area.  

About 2,100 of the planned apartments were financed with low-income housing tax credits and fit the affordable housing description. They are all part of a more-than-usual amount of affordable apartment construction, said David Dirkschneider, managing director for Capstone Compainies in Oklahoma City.

“This is a good thing because it’s evident that there is a shortage of affordable housing anywhere in the country.”

Fairground Flats, a 216-unit affordable senior apartment complex announced last week by Indianapolis developer TWG at 2820 General Pershing Bouevard, just east of the OKC Fairgrounds complex.

Fairground Flats is “much needed,” said Holley Mangham, communications manager for the Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency, which contributed $33.6 million in tax-exempt bonds and $2.4 million in housing tax credits toward its development

Dirkschneider said some economists see Oklahoma City as becoming more affordable for renters because household incomes are increasing faster than rental rates and they expect rent increases to come off of recent spikes and slow.

The surge in affordable construction is probably due to a tweak to the federal tax credit application used by developers for 2023, said Darrell Beavers, housing development director for the Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency, which administers federal and state housing tax credit programs.

     New apartments under construction or announced in the Oklahoma City area:

     Thrive on 10th, 1007 NW 10, senior housing, 316 units.
      Bradford Place Apartments, 613 N Davis Ave., affordable, 72 units.
      Creston Park, phase one, 2000 NE 28, affordable, 261 units.
      The Cottages at Superbia Retirement Village, senior housing. 9720 Stacy Court, 84 units.
      Greenwood Estates, affordable, 740 NW 122, 60 units.
      Harmony School Apartments, affordable, 1537 NE 24, 40 units.
      Pivot Inc., affordable, tiny homes. 201 NE 50, 20 units.
      Southern Commons, affordable, 6000 E Interstate 240 Service Road, 97 units.
      The T Oklahoma City, phase one, affordable, 3925 SE 59, 85 units.
      North Pointe Apartments, affordable, 11800 N Western Ave., 187 units.
      The Lofts at Valencia, 2717 NW 178, 200 units.
      Domain at Chisholm Creek, 1424 Highland Park Blvd., 240 units
      24Hundred Apartments, 2400 Watermark Blvd., 299 units.
      700 West, 400 N Shartel Ave., 235 units.
      The Harlow, 100 Park Ave. and 101 N Broadway Ave., 265 units.
      Westgate Park Residential, 10401 W Reno Ave., 444 units.
      Fairground Flats, affordable, 2820 General Pershing Blvd., 216 units.

      Edmond-Yukon-Mustang
      The Campbell, 217 E Campbell St., Edmond, 86 units.
      Savannah Terrace Apartments, affordable, 5801 S Aloha St., Mustang, 60 units.
      The Silos, 100 W Main St., Edmond, 280 units.
      Park Avenue Estates, affordable, 125 S Czech Hall Road, Yukon, 92 units.
      The Curve, affordable, 701 SW 17, Moore, 245 units.
      Sage Cobblestone, senior, 4403 12th Ave SE, Norman, 168 units.

Due to some changes in how affordable housing projects are scored, along with the 4% tax credits being more attractive than they used to be, we’re seeing a large rise in affordable housing construction.


      
      
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« Reply #409 on: February 07, 2023, 04:28:17 pm »



                              OKCTalk reveals software drawings on OKANA development.

          Computer Aided Design software drawings of the hotel, convention center and indoor waterpark.
                                
          
                                                   Resort and Hotel
                                    
                                                     Hotel and Indoor Waterpark    
          
                                                 Indoor Waterpark
          
                                                Skylight

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« Reply #410 on: Today at 02:51:17 pm »

 

                   Crane, Cranes  and more construction cranes . . .


                               Another round of construction core projects begin . . .

OKCTalk.com reports on Convergence development:


  

Wheeler Bio with plans to eventually employ thousands and help advance Oklahoma City as a national bio-tech hub.  

The $178 million mixed-use development is being built at NE 8 and Stiles Circle.
          Convergence & Okana projects laying foundations
    


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