Expansion of mixed-use development continues in Plaza District in Oklahoma City

Published Wednesday, April 12, 2017
by Steve Lackmeyer

Al Sahli, a developer whose past work includes apartments and the Wedge in Deep Deuce and the IHOP in Bricktown is preparing to take his first shot at joining the revival of the Plaza District and the NW 16 corridor.

Sahli's project, a 7,000-square-foot, two-story building, is being proposed for the corner at 1629 NW 16. He is seeking a zoning change from the city's planning commission that will allow for demolition of two 1920s-era duplexes on the property and for them to be replaced with a structure that could be used for offices, residents, retail or a restaurant.

In an interview on Tuesday, Sahli said he is hoping to lease the building to a restaurant with an event center on the second floor. He admits he was previously unfamiliar with the Plaza District.

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