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Winthrop Realty Agrees to Acquire S. OK City M-F Property

Winthrop Realty Agrees to Acquire S. OK City M-F Property

Boston, Massachusetts-based Winthrop Realty Trust recently announced it has agreed to acquire, through a joint venture, Summit Pointe Apartments in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.…

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Conservative Group Challenges ACLU Over City’s Plan to Use Church for Senior Center

Conservative Group Challenges ACLU Over City’s Plan to Use Church for Senior Center

The nonprofit legal group, Liberty Institute, recently announced that it has submitted a letter of support to the City of Oklahoma City for its decision to lease or purchase a portion of the Putnam City Baptist Church in order to establish a Metropolitan Area Projects 3 senior wellness center. The…

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RES Americas, Arkansas Electric Strike Deal for Murray and Carter Counties Wind Project

RES Americas, Arkansas Electric Strike Deal for Murray and Carter Counties Wind Project

Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc. has recently announced that its subsidiary RES America Developments Inc. has reached a long-term agreement to sell 150 megawatts of wind energy to Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation.…

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Promise Hotels Acquires Hyatt Place Tulsa Southern Hills

Promise Hotels Acquires Hyatt Place Tulsa Southern Hills

Locally-owned Promise Hotels recently announced the acquisition of the Hyatt Place Tulsa Southern Hills for an undisclosed purchase price. Built in 1996, the 126-room hotel is located at 7037 South Zurich Avenue in the South Tulsa Medical District.…

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2 Tulsa Sites Totaling 310 Acres Slated for Aug. 20 Auction

2 Tulsa Sites Totaling 310 Acres Slated for Aug. 20 Auction

Columbia City-based Schrader Real Estate and Auction Company has recently announced it is organizing an auction event on the 20th of August to market around 310 acres of land northwest of Tulsa’s Central Business.…

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Glimcher Sells Tulsa Promenade Mall

Glimcher Sells Tulsa Promenade Mall

Glimcher Realty Trust, a retail oriented REIT, has recently announced it has completed the sale of Tulsa Promenade, a mall located in Tulsa, Oklahoma.…

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City Weighs Urban Renewal Plan for Midtown

City Weighs Urban Renewal Plan for Midtown

On June 19, 20013 at a meeting of the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority, Catherine O’Connor, Executive Director presented to the Board of Commissioners a staff report on the Midtown Urban Renewal Plan.…

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Tanenbaum’s Plan for M-F Project on John Marshall High School Site Wins Key Approval

Tanenbaum’s Plan for M-F Project on John Marshall High School Site Wins Key Approval

The Oklahoma City Planning Commission has approved plans for the construction of an apartment complex on Oklahoma City’s former John Marshall High School site.…

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ClubCorp Buys Oak Tree Country Club in Edmond

ClubCorp Buys Oak Tree Country Club in Edmond

One of Oklahoma’s premier private country clubs, Oak Tree Country Club, has been acquired by ClubCorp. Situated just 15 miles north of Oklahoma City in Edmond, Oak Tree is the only private country club in the metro area to feature 36 holes of golf.…

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Funding for 2 Museums Gains in Legislature

Funding for 2 Museums Gains in Legislature

The Senate Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget approved measures that would provide the use of tax receipts to fund two Oklahoma museum projects.…

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Government, Nonprofits Rush to Moore’s Aid Following Tornado

Government, Nonprofits Rush to Moore’s Aid Following Tornado

After a strong tornado ravaged through Moore and south Oklahoma City, killing at least 51 people and leaving the rescue workers searching desperately throughout the night for missing children at the destroyed Plaza Towers Elementary School, a series of non-profit and governmental organizations have announced their support for the devastated…

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Case Ready to Start $21M Jenks M-F Project After Delay for Flood-Control Compliance

Case Ready to Start $21M Jenks M-F Project After Delay for Flood-Control Compliance

The Reserve at Elm, one of the many apartment construction projects undertaken by Case & Associates, is just kicking-off after years of planning and regulatory work.…

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