Sun shines again at Sunshine Laundry in Oklahoma City

Published Wednesday, November 9, 2016
by Steve Lackmeyer

The sun is shining bright again over the former Sunshine Laundry after a relighting Wednesday night as transformation of the once-blighted warehouse into a brewery nears completion.

The laundry at 1012 NW 1 was built in 1929 and closed in the mid-1980s. The building lacked most of its roof and the windows were broken and boarded up when it was sold in 2015 for $725,000 to the Pivot Project, whose partners are David Wanzer, Jonathan Dodson and Ben Sellers.

Wanzer, Dodson and Sellers also redeveloped the Tower Theater in Uptown — another historic renovation that included an iconic neon sign. The Sunshine sign, Wanzer said, was in bad shape when work began earlier this year.

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