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Tower Talk

Expectations are high, as Williams and his team will replace an architecturally significant, albeit dilapidated, structure with a gleaming new office tower and bring leasable office space to the Downtown market. A yet-unnamed office anchor tenant is also in the mix. Williams, president of Kestrel Investments Inc., purchased the property from the Oklahoma City Community

TIF Tally

Oklahoma City has eight TIF districts. The program is a local redevelopment technique authorized under the state constitution for municipalities to fund public and private economic development improvements, and then capture the increased property tax from those projects in formerly blighted areas. State law says a TIF district can exist for 25 years. The first

Developers plan new apartment projects Downtown

Eric Schmid, with Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, and Richard McKown with a sample of the exterior of Mosaic, an apartment project McKown is developing Downtown. Photo by Kelley Chambers Marva Ellard renovated the 1920s Sieber Hotel, 1305 N. Hudson, into 38 apartments, which has been full since it opened in 2009. Richard McKown developed Level,

Iron men

Many Bricktown buildings are multilevel and large enough to house a variety of users — despite many with vacant upper floors — and can be reconfigured as needed. At 2,600 square feet, the 1928 building at 14 E. Main sat by as its neighbors were renovated for restaurants, night clubs, office space and museums. The

Long lonesome, Sherman Iron Works building sells

Sperry Van Ness/William T. Strange & Assoc. and Grubb and Ellis Levy Beffort handled the sale of the 1928 building at 26 E. Main St. The two-story, brick and concrete building has about 10,000 square feet. The buyer was office technology company Standley Systems LLC. The seller was Bricktown Square LLC, led by Jeff Moore,

ACM@UCO purchases Bricktown building

Andy Burnett and Zach Martin, investment advisers with Sperry Van Ness/William T. Strange & Associates, handled the transaction. Margaret Miller with Stewart Title Co. closed the deal. “UCO’s school of music brings a cool, authentic vibe to downtown,” Burnett said. “Every downtown in the country would love to have this concept in their entertainment districts.”

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