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Renovation of an Oklahoma City downtown retail hub will strip away 'improvements'

Published Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Decades of paint, a “modern” facade added in the 1960s, and other indignities suffered by the Main Street Arcade will be removed over the next few weeks as developer David Wanzer begins work to bring it back to its roots as a retail and office hub.

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New nine-story boutique hotel planned for Bricktown

Published Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Initial plans are for a nine-story hotel that will be one of the nation’s first Canopy hotels being launched by Hilton.

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Indoor concert venue coming to east Bricktown

Published Saturday, October 11, 2014

A Colorado developer is preparing to build a concert venue in Bricktown with capacity of up to 4,200 that will be named the “Criterion” in tribute to the downtown movie palace that was torn down during the Urban Renewal era of the 1970s.

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Oklahoma City's former downtown library, Carnegie Centre, starts new story

Published Tuesday, October 7, 2014

An upscale salon, a vegetarian restaurant and a corporate headquarters are all set to join the University of Central Oklahoma as anchor tenants of Carnegie Centre, completing a years-long struggle by its developer, Judy Hatfield.

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Competing developers hope to build high-rise housing in downtown Oklahoma City

Published Tuesday, October 7, 2014

High-rise apartment living is being proposed by two rival developers competing to acquire the south half of the downtown block that until this summer was home to Stage Center.

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Tower Theater in Uptown bought by local developers with history of success

Published Friday, October 3, 2014

Three rising stars in urban core development purchased Uptown’s Tower Theater Friday afternoon, and armed with financing for construction, renovations are set to start within weeks.

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OK Sea to offer play area for dogs, corn dogs for patrons

Published Tuesday, September 30, 2014

As cranes lifted the first containers into place for what will be the home of OK Sea in Deep Deuce, developer Richard McKown paused and acknowledged from the very start of planning, it was all about the dogs.

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Strengthening a cornerstone: Windsor Hills Shopping Center’s new owners want to be part of district’s revitalization

Published Monday, September 29, 2014

The Windsor District on NW 23rd Street in the city’s western corridor has been undergoing changes, including a $13.2 million streetscape upgrade. The Windsor Hills Shopping Center’s new owners said they want to be a part of the revitalization efforts.

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