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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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GE Eyes Sites for $110M Research Center

GE Eyes Sites for $110M Research Center

General Electric will build a new Global Research Center in Oklahoma which will be dedicated to driving innovation and technological advancements in the oil and gas sector and to bringing products to the market faster.…

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After 100 Years, Sunbeam Family Services Mounts $12M Campaign for New HQ on North Classen

After 100 Years, Sunbeam Family Services Mounts $12M Campaign for New HQ on North Classen

Sunbeam Family Services, in an effort to raise funds for their relocation, has recently launched their “New Home, Forever Family” capital campaign.…

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InterContinental Hotels, NewcrestImage Team Up for Bricktown Hotel

InterContinental Hotels, NewcrestImage Team Up for Bricktown Hotel

InterContinental Hotels Group recently announced its newest development in Oklahoma City will be in the Bricktown entertainment area. The hotel company has partnered up with NewcrestImage to develop their new-build Holiday Inn Express at 101 East Main Street. Construction is expected to be finalized by year end and the grand…

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City Renews Hunt for M-F Developer to Top Off 10-Story Downtown Parking Structure

City Renews Hunt for M-F Developer to Top Off 10-Story Downtown Parking Structure

Construction is set to start on a new downtown Oklahoma City parking garage and the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority is trying once again to attract interest in developing housing on the top floors.…

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Von Maur Eyes 2014 Opening at Quail Springs Mall for First Oklahoma Store

Von Maur Eyes 2014 Opening at Quail Springs Mall for First Oklahoma Store

Von Maur Department Store recently announced it has signed a contract to open its first Oklahoma City location at Quail Springs Mall. The 150,000-square-foot store in north Oklahoma City is scheduled to open in fall 2014.…

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Paycom Plans $11.8M Expansion of W. Memorial Rd. Headquarters

Paycom Plans $11.8M Expansion of W. Memorial Rd. Headquarters

Paycom has recently announced plans to expand its operations in Oklahoma by adding an $11.8 million fully-equipped building adjacent to its current headquarters in Oklahoma City. The payroll and human capital management technology company is expected to house around 700 additional employees in the new building. A groundbreaking ceremony is…

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St. Anthony Advances $83M Plan for MidTown Expansion, New Mustang Medical Campus

St. Anthony Advances $83M Plan for MidTown Expansion, New Mustang Medical Campus

St. Anthony Hospital intends to expand its MidTown home and has two projects planned for the MidTown Oklahoma City campus. St. Anthony also plans to create a new facility in Mustang, with a total combined cost of the projects reaching around $83 million, okc.BIZ reports.…

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