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Durant’s Dish

Durant plans to be on-site often at the 10,000-square-foot restaurant, which sits along the Bricktown Canal between Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar & Grill and Earl’s Rib Palace. It will be worth Durant’s while to be there because he is not just lending his famous name to the eatery; he will own 25% of

Hogan presents redesigned building plans to Urban Renewal

Rendering of proposed restaurant in Lower Bricktown Initial plans called for the 10,000- to 11,000-square-foot building, situated between Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill, and Earl’s Rib Palace, to have a south-facing front entrance.  OCURA commissioners said the restaurant, which will be affiliated with Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant, should interact with

Room to grow

Oklahoma City actually came in second. The market that beat Oklahoma City was Oahu, Hawaii. He says if that vacation hotspot is the competition, Oklahoma City is doing more than OK. The city trailed Oahu in revenue per room by only 1.3%. The Smith reports looks at occupancy rate, revenue per available rooms and average

OKC continues to receive top honors

More recently, CNNMoney named Oklahoma City “Most Business-Friendly City” in the United States, noting its low cost of living and booming oil and natural gas industries. According to the report, more than 6,000 small businesses participated in a survey of the nation’s 40 largest metro areas. While the methodologies of these “best” lists are not

Mayor hosts yearly development roundtable

Nichols was on hand at the annual Mayor’s Development Roundtable May 16 to receive the Award for Outstanding Development for the company’s $750 million world headquarters Downtown. Cornett said after years with few businesses opening, he had lost count how many have come online since last year’s event. In that 2011 address, he didn’t have

March Compass

NORTHEASTThe former County Line Barbeque buildings at 1226 and 1228 N.E. 63rd have a new owner. Commercial real estate firm Price Edwards & Co. reports it handled the sale for $1.275 million. Paul Ravencraft and Phillip Mazaheri handled the transaction. It was purchased by local investor HHH Investments LLC from Colocoline II Inc. and Gina

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