Brewery on tap for Midtown Oklahoma City development

Published Wednesday, March 15, 2017 12:01 am

A brewery and tap room are set as the next tenants of a theater redevelopment in Midtown while yet another “surprise” retail announcement is set to follow soon.

Pivot Project partners David Wanzer, Jonathan Dodson and Ben Sellers bought the former Uptown Theater and adjoining retail and office space at 1212 N Hudson Ave. last October for $2.86 million. Their first-announced tenant was Resolution Legal Group, a law firm that will occupy an expanded office wing on the north end of the property.

Wanzer confirmed Elk Valley Brewing Co. will open a brewery and tap room on the south end of the development which, like the office annex, will include new expanded space. Broker Allison Bailey confirmed the pending tenant will be a retail mix.

“The tenant is not ready to talk publicly, but I'm excited to see this project coming to Midtown,” Bailey said. “It will be a good fit for visitors and neighbors alike.”

Renderings by Allford Hall Monagham Morris show the original theater facade dating back to the building's opening in 1941 will be recreated along with the former theater marquee. Modern additions will be built behind the office annex on the north end and for the brewery that will extend from a retail space that will be the Elk Valley's tap room with a rooftop bar.

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