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Osler overhaul

After selling the Colcord to Devon Energy in 2008, he is re-entering the Oklahoma City market with plans for a hotel in MidTown. This time, he plans to convert the seven-story, blond-brick Osler building, 1200 N. Walker, into one of his Ambassador-branded hotels. Coury closed the $2.5 million deal in early December. As chairman of

Coury courts DDRC with Ambassador design plan

  Chairman of the Ambassador Hotel Collection, Coury plans to open the hotel in the Osler building, 1200 N. Walker, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places this year. The first three floors were built in 1928, the second three in 1929, and the seventh floor was added in 1949. It was


SOUTHWEST Good news for anyone who has been dying to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame or catch a Cleveland Cavaliers game, but has held off because there was no direct flight from Oklahoma City: On Sept. 20, United Airlines announced plans to begin daily, nonstop service to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport beginning