Mosaic Development Tops Out in 
Deep Deuce
Recently project managers, Dustin Akers and Cassi Poor, toured Mosaic apartments with City Center Development's development coordinator, Kara Bundren. During the hard hat tour, Bundren shared how the community will be enhanced with a special courtyard containing a shipping container being converted into an outdoor kitchen. Some fifth floor units will feature special rooftop windows allowing extra natural light to enter the apartments. Mosaic will bring 97 new apartments and over $14 million in new private investment to the almost fully developed Deep Deuce District. The project received $1.15 million in tax increment financing.

Celebration in Northeast Oklahoma City Unites Community
Michael Owens, Community Development Director, attended the Juneteenth Festival in Washington Park last month, meeting with the community and sharing information about on-going projects in northeast Oklahoma City. The event was a huge success with great food, family fun, music and entertainment. Projects in the area are progressing including Kings Crossing, a mixed use development with a grocery store, office, retail and housing at 23rd and MLK, and restoration of the historic Page Woodson School.
Michael Owens with Ward 7 Councilman John Pettis.
New Alleyways Coming to the 
Midtown Neighborhood

A neighborhood meeting was recently held for property owners in the Cottage District and surrounding properties south of St. Anthony Hospital. Representatives from Public Works shared plans for reconstructing alleyways to support new development in the area. The Alleyways Improvement Program is being funded by Tax Increment Financing District 2. Construction will start in early fall with five alleyways expected to be reconstructed.


Cathy O'Connor featured on Steve Lackmeyer's OKC Central Chat

The Oklahoman's Steve Lackmeyer chatted with Alliance President Cathy O'Connor this past Friday to field questions from participants across the state. 

The two spent nearly an hour and a half taking questions on everything from what has made the Alliance a successful organization to naming a few projects that have set the standard for urban renewal and new development across the city.

To read the full transcript, please visit

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