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  • Flamingo brings mid-century flair to Uptown

    Jason and Sara Kate Little have teamed with Ben and Jessica Chamberlain to bring high style to a previously nondescript apartment complex directly across from Oklahoma City University.

    Jason is a local real estate broker / investor / developer and Sara Kate owns the popular Sara Kate Studios in Automobile Alley. The Chamberlains have been renovating multi-family properties in historic neighborhoods for the past several years, and Ben served as general contractor while Jessica partnered with Sara Kate on design.

    The 31-unit complex property was purchased last year from OCU then completely renovated with a Palm Springs mid-century style.

    Each 1-bed 1-bath apartment is approximately 550 square feet with the downstairs units featuring sealed concrete floors with the top level getting cork flooring.

    Bathrooms have been updated with subway tile and custom cabinetry and kitchens have new cabinets, marble counter tops and subway tile backslashes as well as retro-style appliances.

    The building has a on-site laundry facility and offers easy walks to the Plaza District, OCU, Uptown and the Asian District.

    Originally built in 1961 as University Manor, Flamingo is now leasing at 1844 NW 23rd Street.

    Inquiries for leasing a unit should be directed to Shawn Shafer of Kevo Property Management at 818-915-3168. Photo credit to Charlie Merida of Kevo for the interior shots.

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