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Old Posted Oct 11, 2005, 3:01 PM
Karried Karried is offline
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Thanks OKCgasm, it's an exciting time for Oklahoma City - with Bricktown and the hosting of a pro team ( New Orlean's HORNETS) we are really enjoying growth and expansion of our city.

This just out today:

Development in Bricktown continues with hotel

By Steve Lackmeyer
The Oklahoman

Get ready for another growth spurt in Lower Bricktown, with construction of a $20 million Residence Inn starting next week, to be followed by new offices, shops, restaurants and for-sale condominiums.
Flintco started staging of the construction area last week along Reno Avenue, southeast of the SBC Bricktown Ballpark. Missouri developer John Q. Hammons, who built the nearby Renaissance Hotel and Courtyard by Marriott, promised Monday the Residence Inn won’t be his last downtown Oklahoma City project.
Take care, Karrie
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