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Durant’s Dish

Durant plans to be on-site often at the 10,000-square-foot restaurant, which sits along the Bricktown Canal between Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar & Grill and Earl’s Rib Palace. It will be worth Durant’s while to be there because he is not just lending his famous name to the eatery; he will own 25% of

Commercial conquests

New residential projects include the 1212 apartments in Midtown that quickly sold out last summer, and planned work on Judy Hatfield’s Carnegie Centre. Developer Ron Bradshaw broke ground on the $15 million, 139-unit Maywood Apartments at N.E. Fourth and Oklahoma. The Hill, located at Russell M. Perry and N.E. Second in Deep Deuce, was approved

KD’s to open in Lower Bricktown

Kevin Durant speaks at the groundbreaking of KD’s in Lower Bricktown. Photo by Shannon Cornman “Basketball has given me a great opportunity to go around the world and taste a lot of different foods,” Durant said. “Hopefully, I have some good taste buds, and hopefully, people enjoy what I like, as well.” In April, developer

Hogan gets thumbs up from urban renewal for restaurant building

Rendering of proposed restaurant in Lower Bricktown   Hogan and his architect, Jason Wint with REES, presented a new design that takes away about 1,000-square-feet in favor of a wider walkway with a glass curtain wall on the building and a cantilevered roof. The new design calls for a 10,000-square-foot, single-tenant building, rather than the

Hogan presents redesigned building plans to Urban Renewal

Rendering of proposed restaurant in Lower Bricktown Initial plans called for the 10,000- to 11,000-square-foot building, situated between Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill, and Earl’s Rib Palace, to have a south-facing front entrance.  OCURA commissioners said the restaurant, which will be affiliated with Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant, should interact with

Hogan faces opposition on Lower Bricktown project

Hogan first presented plans to OCURA commissioners in April to build an 11,000-square-foot building to house two restaurants. The site is a grassy lot between Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar and Grill and Earl’s Rib Palace. Hogan and his architect, Jason Wint with REES, presented plans that included a main entrance on the south

Hoop tech

Gary Desjardins, general manager of the arena, chuckles as he reminisces about the old days. The arena has undergone drastic infrastructure changes in the last decade, and emerging technologies continue to make their way into the arena. Meeting the technology needs of the early 2000s, there was no such thing as an iPhone, an iPad,

The Single Life

“I just found being a single parent was very, very hard,” Leonard says. “I was ill-equipped to do it. I understand why people need help.” That’s why Leonard, now the recruiting manager at Jacobi Kelley Personnel, vowed that when she could afford to, she would be a large supporter of the Single Parent Support Network.

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