Bower designed for families desiring urban living

Published Sunday, March 24, 2019
by Steve Lackmeyer

The largest single influx of for-sale housing in Midtown now looms over NW 4 with a new approach that is designed to appeal to families drawn to area attractions and the nearby John Rex Elementary.

The Bower, 625 NW 4, consists of two types of housing — eight free-standing, two-story brownstones and a 24-unit, five-story condominium tower.

Developer Richard McKown said the project came together when three sets of property owners on the block decided to join forces to build a project bigger than what they could do on their own.

Read the full article in The Oklahoman.

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