Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority Plans Special Meeting for November 4th

Big things are happening in Oklahoma City, and it's not surprising, either. Three districts in Oklahoma City are in the process of revitalizing their neighborhoods - and November 4th is a big day for them all.


The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority is holding a special meeting that day to review proposals for the redevelopment of the Page Woodson School area, sale of land for the new Municipal Courts Building, as well as potentially selecting the developer for the property that will sit just south of the new OG&E headquarters.


Oklahoma City to Receive Mixed-Use Towers along Myriad Gardens

*Render shows proposed OG&E headquarters as well as additional office and residential towers. Provided by Clayco.

Many exciting things are happening in the business district in Oklahoma City, including adding additional towers to our growing skyline. OG&E will be building a new headquarters on the site where the Stage Center used to sit. 


The OG&E headquarters will be joined by a high-rise residential building and will also add much-needed parking to the neighborhood. The plans for the building have not yet been finalized as the developer also submitted a proposal to the Urban Renewal Authority to develop property on the south portion of the block - potentially adding four towers to the OKC skyline.


On October 6th, the Urban Renewal Authority received two proposals for redeveloping the site south of the former Stage Center. Indianapolis-based Milhaus proposed a high-rise residential building and Chicago-based Clayco proposed both high-rise office and residential buildings.


The two groups will present their proposals to the Urban Renewal Authority at their next meeting on November 4th.

*Render shows proposed office and residential tower. Provided by Milhaus.

Von Maur Opens at Quail Springs Mall

This weekend Oklahoma City was brought into a new era of shopping with the grand opening of Oklahoma's first Von Maur department store at the Quail Springs Mall.


Von Maur prides itself on offering an enjoyable and unique shopping experience that is founded on their wide selection of name-brand clothing, an open and attractive store design, amenities that cater to the customer and exceptional customer service. 


Oklahoma City pursued Von Maur to fill the anchor space being vacated by a closing Sears. General Growth Properties, the mall's owner, received a retail incentive package to attract the new-to-market retailer to the site.


Visit www.vonmaur.com for more information about Oklahoma City's newest department store.

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