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OKC Energy FC to Build Training Facility at Northeast Regional Health and Wellness Campus

OKC Energy FC to Build Training Facility at Northeast Regional Health and Wellness Campus

OKLAHOMA CITY - OKC Energy FC recently revealed plans to build a state-of-the-art training facility at the Northeast Regional Health and Wellness Campus, after receiving approval from the Oklahoma City County Health Department.…

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Edison Preparatory School Breaks Ground on 18,500-SF Collegiate Center

Edison Preparatory School Breaks Ground on 18,500-SF Collegiate Center

Tulsa Public School’s Edison Preparatory School broke ground November 25th on a new $4.4 million addition.…

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Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures Buys Embassy Suites Oklahoma City

Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures Buys Embassy Suites Oklahoma City

In an attempt to further diversify its business holdings, Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures recently announced the purchase of the 236-room Embassy Suites Oklahoma City hotel.…

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MC Cos. Buys 256-Unit M-F Complex in South Tulsa; Plans $2M Upgrade

MC Cos. Buys 256-Unit M-F Complex in South Tulsa; Plans $2M Upgrade

MC Companies, a full-service real estate investment and management company headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona has acquired The Galleria, a 256-unit, value-add apartment community located in South Tulsa.…

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OU Medical Center to Operate Ebola Treatment Facility in Oklahoma City

OU Medical Center to Operate Ebola Treatment Facility in Oklahoma City

The Oklahoma State Department of Health, represented by Commissioner of Health Dr. Terry Cline, recently announced plans to develop a specialized Ebola treatment facility in the heart of Oklahoma City.…

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Cherokee Nation Debuts Jack Brown Substance Abuse Center in Tahlequah

Cherokee Nation Debuts Jack Brown Substance Abuse Center in Tahlequah

The Cherokee Nation recently broke ground on a new $5 million, 28,000-square-foot substance abuse center meant to help Native youth who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.…

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New Basketball Courts Debut at 3 Moore Schools, Gifts from Thunder

New Basketball Courts Debut at 3 Moore Schools, Gifts from Thunder

Three new basketball courts opened October 22nd for three schools damaged by last year’s tornado, through a donation from the Oklahoma City Thunder and its Thunder Cares Foundation.…

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Groundbreaking Held for MAPS 3 Expo Center in Oklahoma City

Groundbreaking Held for MAPS 3 Expo Center in Oklahoma City

Ground was broken recently on a new exposition center at the Oklahoma State Fair Park, as part of the city’s MAPS 3 development plan.…

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Consumers Direct Insurance Services Opens Office at Union Plaza in OK City

Consumers Direct Insurance Services Opens Office at Union Plaza in OK City

Consumers Direct Insurance Services, Inc., an independent and authorized Senior General Agent for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma, recently opened a new office in Oklahoma City.…

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Robert A.M. Stern, Clayco Tapped for OGE’s New Headquarters

Robert A.M. Stern, Clayco Tapped for OGE’s New Headquarters

Kestrel Investments and OGE Energy Corp, the parent company of the Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company recently announced that OGE’s new headquarters in downtown Oklahoma City will be developed and built by Clayco, Inc. and designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects.…

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Hogan Assessments to Build $15M New Headquarters in Tulsa

Hogan Assessments to Build $15M New Headquarters in Tulsa

Tulsa-based Hogan Assessments recently announced it has broken ground on a new headquarters at the northeast corner of First St. and Greenwood Ave.…

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Medical Education Center Breaks Ground at OU-Tulsa

Medical Education Center Breaks Ground at OU-Tulsa

Officials gathered on September 17 to break ground on the $6.4 million Tandy Education Center at the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center.…

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