Full Moon to Rise in Midtown Oklahoma City

Published Sunday, April 16, 2017
by Steve Lackmeyer

The Full Moon is set to soon rise in Midtown as architect Rand Elliott embarks on building his first multifamily housing.

The four-story building, like much of Elliott's work, is different from anything built to date in Oklahoma City. The 10 apartments are designed around an open “oculus” that is guaranteed at least once a year to frame a full moon.

Marva Ellard, owner of the nearby Sieber Hotel Apartments, predicts the building quickly will become a star attraction for Midtown, worthy of placement in Elliott's portfolio that includes the boathouses along the Oklahoma River, the Chesapeake Energy campus and Classen Curve.

“It will be a showstopper,” Ellard said. “And with Rand, we know it will be done right.”

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