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Golden opportunity

Twice in as many years, the building has faced the potential of a wrecking ball as owners struggled to find a use for the geodesic dome, one of only a few in existence. On June 21, Edmond-based TEEMCO announced plans to acquire the property from David Box, who purchased it at a foreclosure auction last

Gold Dome saved with sale to Edmond company

TEEMCO is an environmental and engineering firm. Company spokesman Arrow Cunningham said the company plans to move about 65 employees to the dome, but did not disclose a timeline or budget. The sale price also was not disclosed, and at press time, the Oklahoma County Assessor’s website has not uploaded details. Box was the sole

Real men

In the real world, real estate firms also merge, sometimes bringing big names together and uniting former competitors. Harrison Levy has been at the helm of his family’s firm since the 1960s. It was started by his grandfather and great-uncle in 1905 and has operated continuously ever since. Over the years, Levy has been affiliated

Oak Tree purchased by Dallas buyer

The buyer, Dallas-based ClubCorp, owns or operates more than 150 golf and country clubs and related clubs in 24 states, the District of Columbia, and in China and Mexico. Terms of the sale were not disclosed, but the company announced plans for a multimillion-dollar capital improvement project at Oak Tree. It is the company’s first

Real estate veterans join forces

Harrison Levy Grubb & Ellis|Levy Beffort, led by Harrison Levy and Mark Beffort, and Sperry Van Ness/William T. Strange and Associates, led by Tim Strange, have joined to form Newmark Grubb Levy Strange Beffort. It will operate as an affiliate of Newmark Grubb Knight-Frank, a firm with offices around the world. NGLSB also will include

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

Greater OKC: Cost of Living 2012

Living the good life in Oklahoma City will cost you less than other major cities in the country, according to a study by CNBC.In a yearly look at cost of living around the country, CNBC factored in things such as food and energy, and looked at cities where wages go further because cost of living

Deep Deuce Apartments sell for $38.22 million

Photo by Mark Hancock Built in 2001, the 294-unit property at 314 N.E. Second was 99% occupied at the time of sale, reported the new owner Steadfast Income REIT Inc. The property includes one- and two bedroom-units, with an average rent of $1,083 per month. The property previously sold in 2007 to Omaha, Neb.-based Haley

Social Security Administration plans OKC move

Rendering provided by Bockus Payne Associates Architects It will be constructed at Market Center, an 88-acre development at Broadway Extension and N.W. 122nd. Precor Ruffin, which includes Preftakes and Mark Ruffin, is the developer for the project. So far, there are five buildings on the site – one under construction – and work on the

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