Tag Archives: Texas

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

Comp cases

That’s the point key business leaders and some Oklahoma legislators are making in hopes of passing a reform measure that would end abuses in the current workers’ comp court and replace it with an administrative system that is not so “contentious” and “cumbersome,” says Becky Robinson, assistant vice president for Oklahoma-based Hobby Lobby and chairwoman

$18 million Holiday Inn Express planned for Bricktown

J.C. Witcher, with ADG, shows a rendering for a 124-room Holiday Inn Express in Bricktown to members of the Bricktown Urban Design Committee Jan. 22. Photo by Kelley Chambers   Scott Dedmon and J.C. Witcher, with architecture firm ADG, presented the plan to the Bricktown Urban Design Committee Jan. 22 for approval, on behalf of

Texas company plans senior center in Norman

The development is at N.W. 36th and Tecumseh Road just west of Interstate 35 adjacent to Norman Regional Health System’s HealthPlex hospital. The senior health care and housing provider company operates 29 properties in Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas. Plans for Norman call for a post-acute rehabilitation and skilled care center licensed to care for 106

Oklahoma Quality Foundation announces speaker Allyson Young

Ms. Young is the Human Resources Director for K&N Management; a restaurant management group based out of Austin, Texas, and will speak to the group about “Building a Guest Delight Culture.” K&N’s company culture is based on quality and excellence; strong relationships with its customers (referred to as “guests”); and a vision to become world

Tony Robinson welcomed as new FEMA region 6 deputy administrator

“Deputy Regional Administrators play a very important part within the agency,” said Russell. “Tony Robinson brings a wealth of experience and a deep commitment to this position, and will work very closely with our state and local partners to serve the people of the five Region 6 states – Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and

ONEOK to sell marketing subsidiary

ONEOK Energy Marketing Company provides physical and financial natural gas products and services to retail customers primarily located in the Mid-Continent and Texas. The business is accounted for in the ONEOK natural gas distribution segment.  “We determined that retail natural gas marketing is no longer a core business to ONEOK and have made the decision

Whole Foods CEO plans Norman visit

Until now, Mackey had little reason to visit the metro area. But with the addition of Whole Foods in Oklahoma City this fall, Mackey, co-CEO and co-founder of the Austin, Texas-based grocery chain, will present ideas on creativity in business at the Oklahoma Creativity Forum 2011. Mackey will make his remarks Nov. 1 at the

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma announce new facility

Parent company Health Care Service Corporation selected Oklahoma City for its quality of a local workforce and availability of state and local business incentives. “From this facility, we’ll have the opportunity to grow and serve customers not only in Oklahoma, but in Texas, New Mexico and Illinois as well,” said John Mavros, director of individual