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Solid ground

Numbers provided by the Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association and the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Association of Realtors indicate both building permits and home sale closings from January through October 2013, the most recent months for which reports were available, have increased over the same period in 2012. Building permits for single-family homes are up nearly

Magnificent trio

From May 4 to May 19, the Oklahoma City Orchestra League celebrates the 40th year of its annual fundraiser with a look inside three newly constructed homes — one traditional, one contemporary and one Italianate — in The Abbey, a subdivision of Edmond’s Fairview Farm addition north of N.W. 150th Street and Western Avenue. Tickets

Executive Homes

Dennis E. and Susan E. Sandler paid $555,500 for a 2,558-square-foot house at 627 N.W. 14th. The residence was built in 1907. OKLAHOMA COUNTY Founder’s Tower Condominiums paid $1.675 million to Madaza LLC for residential property at 5900 Mosteller Drive, Oklahoma City, 73112. John Curtis Blankenship paid $1.275 million to Jeffrey J. McDougall for property

Kitchen aid

Jo Meacham, owner of Urban Kitchens, 3515 N. Classen Blvd., had her best year ever in 2012 when she grossed almost $1 million off 42 projects. That’s a far cry from the $99,000 she made 14 years ago when starting her business. “We rocked along at about $200,000 for several years. Then we doubled that.

New & Expanding

Freebirds World Burrito leased 2,800 square feet in Belle Isle Station Shopping Center, 1841 Belle Isle, from BIS Corporation. Stuart Graham and Mark W. Inman with CB Richard Ellis|Oklahoma handled the lease transaction. Freebirds began in 1987 in Santa Barbara, Calif. In 1991, the first Texas store opened. Today, Freebirds has 83 restaurants in Oklahoma,

December Executive Homes

Ross and Marie Howard paid $1.44 million to Raymond and Sharon Rose for property at 1606 Coventry Park, Nichols Hills, 73112. Kirk Olson and Angela Sullivan-Olson paid $1.23 million to Timothy and Tracey Hughes for property at 1210 Larchmont Lane, Nichols Hills, 73116. Jayden Living Trust paid $1.225 million to Esperanza Real Estate Investments LLC

Executive Homes

Kermit E. Reynolds Jr. purchased a home at 15616 Bald Cypress Cove in Edmond for $1.2 million from David and Anna Deardeuff. The 6,042-square-foot home was built in 2003. –Kelley Chambers Oklahoma County Matthew and Susan Grubb paid $1.775 million to David and Maryann Johndrow for property in Gaillardia at 14925 Laurin Lane, Oklahoma City,

Lofty goals

One way to tell that you are seriously behind the times is this: If you hear someone say, “I live in a loft Downtown,” and you immediately picture a bunch of thrift-store-shopping, dreadlocked, singing hippies who look like they’re getting ready to stage a community-theater production of “Rent,” it might be time to update your

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