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Downtown barbershop plans to reopen in Braniff Building

The Braniff Building’s ground floor will include a barbershop and Kitchen 324. Photo by Mark Hancock In May, the company announced plans for Kitchen 324, operated by the Good Egg Dining Group, to occupy part of the ground floor in the Braniff. The Barber Salon was previously in the First National Building, but closed in


WEST Horizon Group Properties Inc. and CBL & Associates Properties Inc., owners of the Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City, broke ground May 15 on a 28,000-square-foot expansion to house new stores. The 348,000-square-foot mall was completed in August 2011 at Interstate 40 and Council Road. The second phase is on the southwest corner of the

SandRidge plans restaurant in Braniff Building

Kitchen No. 324 will sit on the ground floor of the renovated Braniff and be operated by A Good Egg Dining Group, led by Keith and Heather Paul. It will serve breakfast and lunch in a bistro setting. It will occupy 3,000 square feet and include a café, bakery, coffee shop and offer baked goods.

SandRidge announces pricing of $750 million offering of senior notes

SandRidge Energy Inc. announced April 2 the pricing of its private placement of $750 million of 8.125% senior notes due 2022. The notes were priced at 100% of par, resulting in a yield to maturity of 8.125%. The offering is expected to settle on April 17. Net proceeds from this offering will be used to

SandRidge to sell East Texas assets

“This asset sale is part of the capital plan to execute our three-year strategy of tripling EBITDA, (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization), doubling oil production and lowering our debt ratio by the end of 2014 by continuing to develop high rate of return oil wells in the Central Basin Platform and the Mississippian

Chesapeake CEO receives development award

When you’ve known and worked with a man since 1987, a little good-natured ribbing is in order. Upon receiving the 2011 Outstanding Development award May 11 for the Chesapeake Energy campus and surrounding projects, CEO Aubrey McClendon poked fun at the wardrobe of his favorite architect. While McClendon said it is not unusual for him