New multi-use building will elevate empty Midtown lot

Published Monday, August 29, 2022
by Erick Perry

Midtown is making room for more developments with the addition of a four-story, mixed-use building at the corner of North Hudson Avenue and Northwest 11th Street.

The 48,000 square foot project is the latest development in an ongoing reclamation of the North Hudson block by Chamber member Pivot Project Development.

The group is known for redeveloping dated infrastructure around Oklahoma City. Uptown’s landmark venue Tower Theatre, the historic Sunshine Cleaners building along Classen Boulevard, The Townhouse apartment complex, Fair-Weather Friend brewery, and Beer City Music Hall are a few of the standout projects by Pivot. Another, named as a 2021 winner of the Urban Land Institute – Americas and Global – Award for Excellence, is the EastPoint project along Northeast 23rd Street.

Now, Pivot is preparing to take Midtown to new heights with the addition of their North Hudson Avenue project.

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