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Before trying indoor skydiving at iFly, Oklahoma City's newest entertainment destination, I made sure to ask an instructor for his best advice.
“Remain calm,” said instructor Stig Callahan, who had sort of a Sean Connery thing going on in his red skydiving jumpsuit.more»
Last week I had the pleasure of attending the second annual Oklahoma Urban Land Institute Impact Awards ceremony. The event was attended by a who's-who in local development, planning, construction, real estate and banking professions. Wes Anderson and Stephen Tyler put together this great, fun video...more»
Plans are moving forward for redevelopment of the former Citizens State Bank building in Uptown with renovations set to start this spring and wrap up later this year.more»
Remember the North Canadian River? Growing up in Oklahoma City, I remember driving, well, riding, north up May Avenue towards the fairgrounds. It was always a reason to gauge the width of the water below. Often, it wasn't very wide.
That's what I remember growing up in Oklahoma City back in the 1970s. But the now-named Oklahoma River has plenty of water and plenty of dreams, like Olympic-hopeful-sized dreams.more»
The site plans and additional renderings show how the AC Hotel and Hyatt Place are designed, as explained by architects with ADG, to fit a lot of density on a relatively small corner.more»
GBT Realty Corp. has purchased 30 acres in Oklahoma City to develop the first phase of the $50 million The Market at Czech Hall retail development.
Construction of the first phase of the 450,000-square-foot development began last week, the company said.more»
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber will preside over a ribbon cutting for the new Rock & Brews restaurant at 2 p.m. Jan 28 at 2737 W Memorial Road.
KISS members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley co-founded Rock & Brews with restaurateur Michael Zislis and concert industry veterans Dave and Dell Furano.more»
Oklahoma City saw lots of big retail announcements in 2015, including a planned expansion of the Triangle at Classen Curve shopping center and construction of the Chisholm Creek development.
Next year could see even more big announcements from Chisholm Creek, which opened the state's first Cabela's store in September, as well as the state's first TopGolf. iFly, the Austin-based indoor skydiving chain will open its first Oklahoma City location at Chisholm Creek sometime in 2016.more»