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Construction - 10.26.2011

Home to stay

Homeless Alliance helps the less fortunate with a new resource center and day shelter

Just a few months ago, Dan Straughan’s office with the Homeless Alliance was in a cramped space behind a bank branch on South Commerce. Things changed this summer. Read more
On The Move - 12.06.2011

Delaney selected to lead deadCENTER Film Festival board

The deadCENTER Film Festival is proud to announce that Karen R. Delaney has been selected to lead the 2012 deadCENTER Film Festival Board of Directors.
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Retail - 03.28.2012

More autos in the Alley

Businesses say Automobile Alley’s location was a driving factor behind their move

Neutrality and community: two words echoed by business owners when asked why they set up shop Downtown along Automobile Alley — the once-unlikely strip along Broadway Avenue from roughly N.W. Fourth to N.W. 10th streets — to stake their claim. Read more
Construction - 07.17.2012

COTPA enters into agreement for $20 million garage

The Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority is looking to ease parking woes Downtown with construction of a new parking garage just south of city hall. On July 13, COTPA entered into an agreement to hire TAParchitecture to design a $20 million garage. It will include at least 750 parking spaces, retail on the ground floor, and the potential for residential units on top. Read more
Construction - 08.16.2012

City names convention center short list

Four teams of architectural firms were notified Aug. 8 that they will be presenting MAPS 3 convention center concepts on Sept. 21 before the Consultant Review Committee. Read more
Arts & Culture - 08.27.2012

Wheel estate

Metro-area car enthusiasts play show-and-tell with their most prized rides

Some cars are known for their reliability, like the Honda Accord or the Toyota Camry. While both will give drivers years of pleasant driving with few repairs, it is unlikely either vehicle will end up as the car of choice for a suave silver-screen secret agent or in a museum.
Then there are luxury cars that give the driver a certain cache, but also are not likely to become collectibles. Of course, there are those cars that can literally stop traffic just by their presence.
A few owners of some unique and sought-after cars invited okcBIZ into their garages to take a look at their prized vehicles.
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Architecture - 09.20.2012

Preliminary designs for downtown parking garage unveiled

It is uncertain whether anyone will one day live or shop in a planned Downtown project, but the design of the parking aspect of the structure is well on its way. Unveiled at the Sept. 19 Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority meeting by Anthony McDermid, principal of TAP Architecture, the preliminary design included nods to the city’s historic architecture with a modern flair. Read more
Real Estate - 09.28.2012

Land Run to develop The Rise on N.W. 23rd

The northwest corner of N.W. 23rd Street and Walker Avenue is set for its biggest change in decades. Johnathan Russell, president of Land Run Commercial Real Estate, plans to purchase the nearly 22,000-square-foot retail building at 511 N.W. 23rd that has been home to a hotel and motel liquidation store for more than 20 years. Read more
Real Estate - 10.25.2012

Rise to shine

Land Run has grand plans for properties around N.W. 23rd Street and Walker Avenue

Johnathan Russell has big plans for one piece of N.W 23rd Street. On Oct. 12, he purchased the nearly 40,000-square-foot retail building at 511 N.W. 23rd that has been home to the Hotel/Motel Liquidation store for more than 20 years. He plans to renovate it for restaurants and retail, and call it The Rise. Read more
Transportation - 12.04.2012

Alternatives for proposed boulevard meet opposition

A firm hired to look at engineering options for part of the future boulevard in Downtown Oklahoma City is recommending that an overpass be used to solve possible traffic issues, against protests by some who favor other options – or more analysis in general. Read more