Here are just a few of many to come developments in oklahoma City. I will post more in increments as to try to keep this topic strong. These are a few residential developments in the downtown area. There are a lot of these to come.
The Flatiron Lofts
The plan: Currently there is a 2-story brick flatiron building that is in severe condition on the triangle-shaped site. Originally the building would be demolished, but not so ... Humphreys commissioned 4 firms to make a case for him to keep the building on the site, and the winning design adds up to 5 stories, and there will be a few additions. The mixed-use development will include condos, offices, and retail.
Upper Bricktown Canal Renovation
The two-story building, which houses a Zio's and a gift shop, and the 5-story building that stands empty and in disrepair has been bought. The windows will be replaced, the facade cleaned up, possible additions made, and they will be adding offices, retail, and housing. The investment on this development will exceed $10 million according to the developers. They have reached a deal with a long-time Bricktown developer, Jim Brewer, and a partnership to operate and build a parking garage behind the building fronting Reno Avenue, that will be used to provide parking for this development, and for a canalside hotel that will soon be proposed by Jim Brewer. Located at the western dead end on the upper canal.
11 acres at Stiles Ave and NE 2nd;
Under development, cranes moved in last month;
Well, originally they were going to create 191 townhomes ranging from 1,200 to 2,900 square feet, two and three bedrooms. All units come with two-car garages that are hidden from plain sight. The plans haven't changed much, except that they were downsized to 157 townhomes.
4th Street and I-235 Service Road, historic Maywood/Deep Deuce area;
In the middle of construction, will be finished this year;
Grant Humphreys is planning 18 townhomes and 12 elevated lofts, together the 30 units will range from 1,050 to 2,700 square feet, selling at an average of $300k. There will be a large landscaped courtyard in the middle of the development, between units and the streets, that will have WiFi Internet access.
The Candy Factory Lofts
The entire block bounded by East Sheridan Avenue, Main Street, Oklahoma Avenue, and the BNSF Railroad;
No buildings will be demolished. The 7-story brick building on the east side of the block will become lofts with street retail, and the 2-story Bunte Candy Factory building become office and it's uncertain whether the parking lot in the center of the property will be developed and what will become of the upper level of the buildings facing Sheridan
The Centennial on the Canal Condos
Reno Avenue in Bricktown. This is in front of the Harkins Bricktown theatre;
Construction is underway;
There will be 30 condominium units, ranging from 1,100 to 2,000 square feet, and $305,000 to $595,000. 27 of the 30 have already been pre-sold. The $14.3M development comes with 62 underground parking units, and 30 storage units. The Kingpin Bowling Lounge (10-alley bowling alley) and a Starbuck's will be on the canal level as retail anchors. There will be more retail spaces along the street-level terrace, a format similar to the upper canal and a swimming pool will be on top of the roof. It's 5 stories tall including the below-street canal level.