Downtown Home Tour OKC – March 6th

Heather Davis February 28, 2016

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Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc. will host the Downtown Home Tour showcasing new and newly renovated properties in the downtown area. Beginning at 10 a.m. tours will be self-guided, and shuttles will be running the tour route through its entirety, making stops at each property. The Evoke Sip Truck (12th St. & Hudson Ave.) and Twist Pretzel food truck (walker Ave. & Robert S. Kerr) will be parked at various locations for guests to enjoy. The tour is free and open to the public. Visit, downtownokc.com/downtown-home-tour for more information.

The Downtown Home Tour will take place on Sunday, March 6 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and will feature the following properties:
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Metropolitan – Located in Automobile Alley at 800 Oklahoma Ave., Metropolitan is nestled in the most vibrant area in Oklahoma City. The fusion of modern design, location, and technology, all with an urban twist, make the Metropolitan the ideal destination to call home.
– Built: 2016
– Architect: Lord Aeck Sargeant
– Builder: Bomasada
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The Edge – Located in Midtown at 1325 N. Walker Ave., The Edge features a 250 unit mixed use community. Developer Gary Brooks, was selected by the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority to develop the long-blighted property in 2011. The Edge features amenities including a rooftop dog park, rooftop terrace, and a lobby resembling an upscale hotel lounge. The community also boasts 7,500 square feet of retail, and welcomes the new home of Organic Squeeze Kitchen Table.
– Built: 2014
– Architect: Arrive Architecture Group
– Builder: Gary Brooks, Cornerstone Development
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The Frank – Conveniently located in Midtown at 1201 N. Francis Ave., The Frank is a classic apartment building with a twist. Traditional large stoops, inspired by neighboring historic buildings, mix with modern materials to create a unique and innovative design offering walk-ups and interior gallery-style corridors. The four-story multi-family residential apartment building consists of 45 units.
– Built: 2016
– Architect: Fitzsimmons Architects
– Builder: Lingo Construction
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The Haven – The Haven is located at 601 Robert S. Kerr Ave. The large, contemporary apartments and enchanting gardens provide a home away from home. Right outside are some of OKC’s best entertainment choices, such as The Civic Center Music Hall Oklahoma Museum of Art Chesapeake Energy Arena Bricktown.
– Built: 1983
– Architect: Blackledge and Associates
– Builder: Timberlake Construction
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The Marion – The oldest commercial building in Oklahoma located at 110 N.W. 10th St. The Marion functioned as a hotel for many many years until it was closed in the mid-1980’s. It sat vacant until developer, Midtown Renaissance completed it’s renovation in 2015. It now houses 10 luxury apartment units.
– Built: 1901
– Architect: David Kraszewski
– Builder: Lingo construction
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The Montgomery – Located at 500 W. Main St., The Montgomery originally opened in 1929 as OKC’s Montgomery Ward Department Store. The Montgomery is now an exclusive mixed residential and retail use building featuring 70 upscale apartments with one floor of specialty shops and offices.
– Built: 1928-1929
– Architect: Blackburn, Henderson and Thurman 65
– Builder: Gardner-Tanenbaum
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The Sieber – Located in Oklahoma City’s vibrant Midtown area at 1305 N. Hudson Ave, The Sieber enjoys proximity to many neighborhood amenities including restaurants, boutique shopping, and park areas. The two buildings have undergone an extensive renovation beginning the fall of 2006. It houses 5,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space, 30 apartments, and 8 loft style units.
– Built: 1924 – small building, 1928 – large building
– Architect: Patrick J. Weathers; Rehabilition Architect: Allen Brown
– Builder: W.R. Lowe
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