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Compass

McKown received approval for the design March 21 by the Downtown Design Review Committee, for the four-story, 97-unit development. He says the budget is $12.5 million, and he plans to seek tax credits and TIF dollars for the project. With many units Downtown starting at about $900 per month, McKown says he has made an

Eateries on the way

2nd on 2nd and WXYZ aLoft Hotel, 209 N. Walnut New Century Hotels Sports Bar and Grill August or September Back Door Barbecue 315 N.W. 23rd Chris Lower and Kathryn Mathis Traditional and nontraditional barbecue Spring The Drum Room N.W. 43rd and Western Deep Fork Group Primary focus is fried chicken Guernsey Park 2418 N.

Restaurant round-up

Hal Smith Restaurant Group purchased land in Bricktown from Randy Hogan to build KD’s Southern Cuisine. The property, adjacent to Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar and Grill, eventually will feature Kevin Durant’s 10,000-square-foot, upscale, Southern dining concept. Joe Jungmann, co-owner of Paseo Grill and Sauced on Paseo, is heading up the project for HSRG.

New restaurant concepts planned for Downtown, surrounding area

  Rick and David Haynes are opening a sports bar concept in Deep Deuce sometime in the late summer or early fall. The brothers are the owners of Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler and West Restaurant. Located at N.E. Second and Oklahoma, the yet-to-be-named sports bar will be in the Level Apartments business complex. Rick Haynes says

Developers plan new apartment projects Downtown

Eric Schmid, with Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, and Richard McKown with a sample of the exterior of Mosaic, an apartment project McKown is developing Downtown. Photo by Kelley Chambers Marva Ellard renovated the 1920s Sieber Hotel, 1305 N. Hudson, into 38 apartments, which has been full since it opened in 2009. Richard McKown developed Level,

Hat’s off

She purchased the former Downtown library in early 2008, with plans for lofts and retail space. For those not paying attention, 2008 was a bit of a tough year in the financial markets, and many projects, Carnegie included, ground to a halt. Now the only thing holding up the start of construction for the $7.4

Jazz hands

The history of Deep Deuce is as rich a story as any told in the country. As the center of African-American life in the early to mid-20th century, jazz poured into the streets, and one just might bump into musicians Count Basie or Charlie Christian. At the Calvary Baptist Church, the leaders felt a young

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