High-end living coming to Film Row near downtown Oklahoma City

Published Wednesday, August 2, 2017
by Steve Lackmeyer

Upscale living is coming to heart of Film Row with plans advancing for a four-story, six-unit apartment building on the site of a decades-old former grocery that was destroyed by storms last May.

Homebuilder and concrete company owner Justin Schovanec plans to start construction on Left Frame Lofts in September with completion by summer 2018. The design by architect Clint Newsome calls for 10 parking spots on the first floor topped by three stories of two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,400-square-foot apartments. The building will be topped with a 2,000-square-foot rooftop patio.

The corner at 631 W California is tight at 25 feet by 140 feet. Records indicate the building that stood at the corner dated back to the early 1920s when it was a “Cash and Carry” grocery.

“We fell in love with the building,” Newsome said. “We loved the brick.”

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