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  1. cool pic. man, i need to get out and get some new pics taken, also.
  2. heres the newest estimate for okc: 531, 324. tulsa: 382, 457 this is for 2005
  3. i have to smile a little at that. it really sucks. coming from a bigger city, not huge or anything, i dont think that we have traffic like that.
  4. wow, didnt know what shrevport looked like. nice. maybe i'll visit someday.
  5. here is a reflection of the skirvin hotel on the chase bank.
  6. Triangle Development Partners LLC has been selected by the Urban Renewal Authority as the developer for three prime property locations in Oklahoma City
  7. yeah it doesnt look like the best interior designs, but i am betting the real thing looks so much better.i searched but couldnt find who handles the interior, unless it is merriman associates. here is the pricing. they range from about $178,300 to penthouses that are $485,000. views from the classen. saweeet.
  8. i am pleased with it as well. thanks for posting; thats the first time i have seen this.
  9. Three historic downtown Oklahoma City buildings owned by Kerr McGee will be renovated into
  10. chase bank and devon energy co. in downtown oklahoma city.
  11. the construction of the indian culture center is under way. kerr mcgee is building a bell tower along the river, for what i dont know.
  12. the historic 13 story skirvin which was built in 1910 and stood vacant for 16 years will open in the fall of 06. marcus hotels and resorts of milwaukee have signed a 99 yr. lease on the property thursday. The first floor includes Art Deco tile work, inlaid wood ceilings and mahogany paneling topped by carved gargoyles. Ornamental plaster ceilings and ballrooms will be restored on the top floor. The other floors will be gutted and modernized. In addition to regular hotel rooms, there will be two-bedroom, two-bath suites and one-bedroom suites. there will also be a 3 room presidential suite on the 12th floor with a plasma tv in the sitting area and a flat screen instaled in the mirror of the bathroom. a grand and beautiful hotel is about to be reborn.
  13. warren theaters will build the worlds largest 20 plex theater in moore, a suburb of okc. this will be the first theater in the state that will have an adults only balcony, which will serve adult beverages. location of the theater will be on the left were the dirt is.
  14. this is really about norman, which is just a suburb of okc. san jose, cal based software development technologies will open an office that could eventually employ 200 people with average salaries of 45k. sdt said it will draw talent from nearby ou graduates and students."We evaluated a dozen U.S. urban areas and chose Norman for its high availability of technically trained people, central location and ease of doing business," this from kit who founded the tech company in 1992.
  15. tanenbaum, who converted the classen and the montgomery into apartments and condos, has bought the 17 story park harvey center in dt okc. the tenants are to leave the building by nov. 30. it seems he will convert this building into apts, as suggested by the letter that states that the tenants leases had been terminated "park harvey apartments" is the letter head.
  16. the 281,000 sq ft, 240 penn park which is being built on i-240 have signed tenants ross dress for less, marshalls, old navy, lane bryant, michaels, pets mart, pier 1 imports, mardel, famous footwear, payless shoes, sally beauty, cingular and fuddruckers.
  17. first i want to say that its great on whats going on out there. ive read alot from you guys and im actually interested in visiting arkansas. second. i have the same feeling of my city being ignored. it always seemed that everything skipped over this city. finally things are turning around. i have heard that okc is the fastest growing area for starbucks; it seems they are throwing one up left and right. also macys, marshalls, fuddruckers, jack in the box, elephant bar, maybe cheesecake factory are rentering or expanding into the okc market. i say this whole region is one of the new hot spots in the country.
  18. the founders tower has been sold again. the 20 story building was sold for a mere 4.6 mill..and it seems it will be converted into condos. i hope with this switch of hands that the high class restaurant at the top remains. this has to be one of the most unique restaurants in the state as it is the only one that rotates, giving an awesome view of the city.
  19. okc seems like it is becoming call center central. many call centers are located here most recently dell has brought in thousands of jobs. as of today walgreens has announced it will add at least 300 jobs for a new call center which will be located in the presbyterian health research park. no word on when construction will begin but costs are expected to be $3 mill. a statement released by walgreens says "Because of the health care-related services we provide, we sought a location that would support staffing that would be primarily professional (pharmacists, nurses, and certified pharmacy technicians) and engaged in patient care. "We selected Oklahoma City because of the strong medical community and the availability of skilled pharmacists and nurses, combined with the strong work ethic of the local community," the company said.
  20. didnt want to start a new thread for this. the wwe is going to host unforgiven in the city. first pay-per-view in the state.
  21. . Downtown Brownstones LLC. It's their picture of the Central Avenue Villas shown in the Daily Oklahoman. It's located on the southeast corner of Northeast 4th and Central. It's where the old Luster Hotel stood (last a florist) and was torn down four years ago. The corner is a prominent unfinished piece to the Deep Deuce Apartments that were built four years ago. And the picture shows where the old apartments end and the new ones begin. The face: Anthony McDermid, the architect who designed The Montgomery and has been aspiring to play the role of downtown residential developer in his plan with Bert Belanger and Pat Garrett. The preliminary plans won approval. The project consists of 30 for-sale units ranging from 800 to 2,500-square-feet with prices starting at $125,000. The units will have rooftop terraces and underneath parking. Groundbreaking set for this fall. 2. The Hill at Bricktown LLC. We've heard of this LLC before - that's the one led by William Canfield, the Novazyme founder and major player in the nearby Presbyterian Health Foundation Research Park. This group was selected in February for the high profile Deep Deuce hill that overlooks Bricktown, Deep Deuce and the downtown skyline. Nice property. Very nice. Urban Rneewal even left some big old trees standing on it when they cleared it of debris. Canfield's selection drew some criticism from supporters of McDermid, who felt the architects proposal was better, but that he lost out due to Canfield's association with urban renewal commissioner Stanton Young. The story doesn't say it, but apparently there was an effort to give McDermid a second chance. It didn't work: commissioner Larry Nichols, CEO of Devon Energy, explained changing redevelopers for the area at this point could delay the project for years. Canfield's design for 171 town homes was approved. 3. Urban Form LLC was approved for Northeast 4 just west of Interstate 235. This is the proposal by Grant Humphreys, son of former mayor Kirk Humphreys. Nobody seems to be alleging politics on this one. Grant Humphreys has been seen at various downtown events and gatherings, learning and watching, making plans to join in on downtown's revival. It appears as if he's been doing some more number crunching, and may be decreasing the average unit size to make sure the project is a success. The project current has 36 units ranging from 1,100 to 2,800 square feet. 4. Nobody seems to be reproting on the latest with Legacy Summit at Arts Central. It's still scheduled to begin, and it's being said the only delay left is by Urban Renewal, which didn't get utilities moved as quickly as one might expect.
  22. the tanenbuam company, which opened the montgomerey and is working on the classen, will brake ground on phase 1 of a $51 million project called the lincoln at central park. this 276 unit village- like multi family style unit will be located in mid town okc between i-44 and broadway extension on lincoln ave. the floor plan will cover 659 to 1,516 sq. ft. prices will range from $610 to $1,050 per month. its scheduled to open in spring of '06 with phase 2 to follow.
  23. i am not familiar with this area since i have never been to little rock. i-630, why would an interstate have a stop light? could you explain this for people who do not know what you are talking about?
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