Residential/Mixed Use Developments and Resources - Downtown/Midtown area
The total number of proposed residential units in Downtown is DOUBLE the number of units that are existing. A study done for Downtown OKC, Inc. showed that downtown can support 12,000-12,500 units. There are currently less than 1,000.
New Mixed Use District, downtown. "Approximately" 781 residential units, grocery, pharmacy, commercial and retail spaces proposed. Certainly the most ambitious and my personal favorite of all OKC projects.
---- Phase 1 for The Triangle:Brownstones at Maywood Park
15 units from 2,500-3,500 sf, $400,000-$800,000.
Midtown property owners are getting very ambitious with the creation of their new website. There aren't real details or a master plan released yet, just individual projects. Midtown will likely be similar to the Triangle.
Downtown Residential. 42 luxury units.
Downtown Residential. 171 luxury units.
Midtown highrise condominiums, 80 units/21 stories. Conversion of Citizen's Tower offices, Frank Lloyd Wright inspired building.
Views from the Classen:
Park Harvey Apartments
CBD residential. 178 units, converted from offices in 17-story Park Harvey building.
Tan building at center:
CBD residential. Three Kerr-McGee owned vacant office buildings to be converted into approximately 70 luxury units.
India Temple, with vintage image of original facade:
Automobile Alley residential. 35 luxury rental units.
Central Avenue Villas
30 units, 735-2,800 sf. $175,000-$500,000.
Legacy Summit at Arts Central
Arts district downtown residential, ground floor retail. Lots of setbacks, could be cancelled. 303 units.
30 residential units, canal-level retail, enclosed parking.
Canalside and center:
Film Exchange Building
Conversion. 6 apartments with 12,000 sf of retail/office space.
222 E. Main
4 units, 2100 sf retail, enclosed parking. This will fix a major eyesore. Look at that grimy building... Not a huge project but it should be done soon and will be the first Bricktown residential.
Mysterious unannounced Midtown Highrise project by Rick Dowell, "ca. 250 units", limited information, revealed in Chamber of Commerce's downtown study.
Sieber Hotel Conversion
Midtown, 30 apartments, 8 loft style apartments, and 5000 sf of ground-level retail.
Total Units Proposed: 2,048
Existing Units: Approx. 850