Tag Archives: Richard Tanenbaum

Doomed Dome?

Situated at N.W. 23rd and Classen Boulevard, the building long has been recognized for its unique architecture; its quirky, mid-century look; and the sacred gold roof that, over the years, lost its glistening appearance. Meanwhile, David Box, owner of the former bank building, finds himself in an untenable position. Box, a developer and owner of

Brooks breaks ground at the Edge

Rendering of Gary Brooks’ Edge in MidTown   Bordered by N.W. 12 and N.W. 13 streets, and Walker and Dewey, the former home of Mercy Hospital is set for 250 apartments. Brooks has not had an office in Downtown in nearly a decade, and admitted he was unfamiliar with the area when his friend and

Tim Strange and team win Tanenbaum leasing duties

In all, the eight industrial buildings include 274,593 square feet of available square feet and seven office buildings include 28,083 available square feet. Two of the office buildings are the residential and mixed-use Montgomery and Park Harvey buildings downtown.   GTG reported it has developed and constructed nearly five million square feet of big-box industrial

Two proposals in final running for urban development contract

Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority commissioners narrowed the field of developers from four to two June 9 for apartment proposals at NW 13 Street and Walker Avenue, where Mercy Hospital once sat. Questions were raised about financing, plans to hold the projects long term, the amount of retail and parking each would have, and placement

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