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Real Estate - 03.21.2012

Nefarious newcomers not welcome at MidTown project

Neighbors in the Heritage Hills and Mesta Park neighborhoods want to ensure that many of the businesses to their north on N.W. 23rd Street don’t end up to their south. As long as there are no establishments to give blood, worship, buy adult videos, pawn a television, or get a tattoo, neighbors seem willing to see a multifamily development with retail on Walker Avenue, that isn’t even in either neighborhood, to move forward. Read more
Real Estate - 03.28.2012

Accounting for growth

Oklahoma County Assessor’s Office sees spike in new accounts after a few lean years

The Oklahoma County Assessor’s Office has seen a near 200% jump in the number of plats filed and property accounts created in the county last year. Read more
Real Estate - 03.28.2012

Edmond economics

Officials report good year for commercial and residential permits in 2011

Edmond finished 2011 strong, and city officials hope to continue that momentum this year. Read more
Energy - 03.28.2012

Dining at Devon

The oil and gas company serves up a towerful of options

Ready for some Downtown dining unlike anything the city has seen before? Devon Energy Corp. plans to open a full-service restaurant and banquet space in the top two floors of its new 50-story office tower, in addition to an expansive food court in its adjoining garden wing.

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Compass - 03.28.2012


Retail - 03.28.2012

More autos in the Alley

Businesses say Automobile Alley’s location was a driving factor behind their move

Neutrality and community: two words echoed by business owners when asked why they set up shop Downtown along Automobile Alley — the once-unlikely strip along Broadway Avenue from roughly N.W. Fourth to N.W. 10th streets — to stake their claim. Read more
Government - 03.28.2012

Council approves $9 million toward cultural center completion

Members of the Oklahoma City Council unanimously approved a $9 million pledge that will go into a larger funding package to help complete the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum on the south bank of the Oklahoma River, near the intersection of Interstate 35 and Interstate 40. Read more
Human Resources - 04.04.2012

Google adding to Oklahoma facility

Google is expanding its presence in Oklahoma. Read more