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    Default Downtown Housing Summary

    Updated 1/16/17

    Area Project Apartments Condos
    Built UC Prop. Built UC Prop.
    BT 222 E. Main 4
    DD 213 N. Central 6
    MT 4 at Harvey 4
    AA 5th Avenue Lofts 20
    AA 6 NE 6th 1
    ART 626 W. Main 1
    MT 701 N. Hudson 9
    MT 711 N. Hudson 2
    MT 905 NW 12 6
    MT 909 NW 12 8
    MT Aberdeen 119
    ART Avana 303
    DD Block 42 42
    MT Bower, The 32
    DD Broadway Condos 12
    DD Brownstones 20
    CBD Carnegie Centre 19
    LBT Centennial 30
    DD Central Avenue Villas 30
    MT Cirrus 24 4
    CBD City Place 6
    MT Claremont 17
    Plaza Classen16 48
    MT Classen Commons 48
    MT Classen Glen 48
    MT Cline, The 12
    ART Civic, The 32
    DD Deep Deuce Apartments 294
    MT Dwellings at SoSA 7 7
    MT Edge @ Midtown 252
    CBD First National 200
    UT Flamingo 31
    MT Florence 12
    MT Four30 Lofts 26
    MT Francis Residential 6
    MT Frank, The 45
    MT Full Moon 8
    AA Garage Lofts 24
    MT Guardian 22
    MT Hadden Hall 18
    MT Harvey Lofts 13 13
    DD Hill, The 69 14 71
    FR Left Frame Lofts 6
    DD Level 222
    MT LIFT 327
    MT Lisbon Lofts 7
    DD Lofts at Deep Deuce 12
    DD Lofts at Maywood Park 56
    AA Marion 10
    AA Mayfair 18
    DD Maywood Apartments I 139
    DD Maywood Apartments II 160
    MT Memory Lane 17
    AA Metropolitan 330
    ART Montgomery, The 70
    DD Mosiac 97
    MT New Beasley 14
    NE Page Woodson 136
    CBD Park Harvey 164
    CBD Regency Tower 274
    MT Row on Twelve 4
    MT Seiber 28
    BT Steelyard 249 100
    MT Studio 910 12
    UT Sunbeam Old Campus 13
    ART Sycamore Square 70 66 59
    CBD Times Square 327
    MT Town 17
    MT Walcourt 24
    MT Villa Teresa 17
    NE Twelve Twelve
    MT Watercut 3
    FR West Village 345
    Subtotals: 3702 545 589 420 33 143
    Total Apartments: 4836 Total Condos: 596
    Total Downtown Living Units: 5432
    AA=Auto. Alley; ART=Arts District / Film Row; BT=Bricktown; CBD=Central Business District; DD=Deep Deuce; LBT=Lower Bricktown; MT=Midtown; UT=Uptown[/center]

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    Pretty sure Block 42 has 37 sold.

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    213 N CENTRAL LLC which is this building .. is in deep deuce but not a deep deuce apt is 6 apt units http://www.oklahomacounty.org/assess...TNO=R020024105

    and the sage building http://www.deepdeuceokc.com/ has 12 units

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    Thanks guys.

    I've updated the numbers in the first post to reflect the changes.

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    This article says that 2/6 City Place penthouses were sold. Did 2 more just sell?

    http://www.newson6.com/story/1705172...uxurious-views

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    Quote Originally Posted by wschnitt View Post
    This article says that 2/6 City Place penthouses were sold. Did 2 more just sell?

    http://www.newson6.com/story/1705172...uxurious-views
    Yes.

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    Sweet.

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    The news story probably played a role in that.

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    Believe the Hill is closer to 20... Have sold 6-7 in last month.

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    The numbers on The Hill (and others) are straight from the County Assessor's site.

    There may be units under contract but not yet closed and with a recorded deed.


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    are there no units in Automobile Alley, Film Row, or the other districts? what about Midtown and SOSA?
    Oklahoma City, the RENAISSANCE CITY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wschnitt View Post
    This article says that 2/6 City Place penthouses were sold. Did 2 more just sell?

    http://www.newson6.com/story/1705172...uxurious-views
    If 4 City Place apartments have indeed sold, and they are primary residences for local people, then a paradigm shift has occurred in Oklahoma City. That implies that the idea of living downtown is now acceptable to the wealthy in OKC. That was not the case four to five years ago. Pretty much, if you had large amounts of money, you lived in Nichols Hills, with only a few outliers, none of whom were downtown.

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    Well keep in mind, Gailardia was once an outlier for the uber wealthy also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOT ROD View Post
    are there no units in Automobile Alley, Film Row, or the other districts? what about Midtown and SOSA?
    I'll do a separate list for Midtown / Auto Alley.

    As for SOSA, that's very difficult to determine because it's mainly single family residences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan View Post
    Well keep in mind, Gailardia was once an outlier for the uber wealthy also.
    Gailardia is primarily an outpost of the nouveau riche. Most of the uber wealthy live in Nichols Hills. Except for the penthouse, City Place is probably for the riche, not the ubers. It will be interesting to see who else is living there.

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    nba player(s) perhaps?
    Oklahoma City, the RENAISSANCE CITY!

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    I think that may have been the target buyer for the penthouse, but there are only so many of those now. Of course, ironically, KD (and perhaps some others?) now live in the aforementioned Gailardia.

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    Here is a brand new downtown housing study; or at least the executive summary.

    The images shown are the key findings. Below, click the link for the full PDF file.












    http://www.okctalk.com/images/pete/h...study51812.pdf

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    I've added a bunch of information, including an index to all downtown housing projects.

    Click on the ARTICLE tab at the top of the page.

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    What about the Garage Lofts, The Sieber Apartments and wasn't Marva Ellard's 6th and Hudson project supposed to have more than 2 units (I didn't know any were completed)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcca7596 View Post
    What about the Garage Lofts, The Sieber Apartments and wasn't Marva Ellard's 6th and Hudson project supposed to have more than 2 units (I didn't know any were completed)?
    The old Allen's Cafe - they're working on the historic bldg now, and they were going to build I think 4 townhomes after that. There's a thread for that project around here somewhere. This is a work in progress as Pete is constantly reminding us, but even if there's something we've left out (even if you think we're already aware), please remind us and let us know!

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    Can anyone edit the article? Cline has 2 units.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan View Post
    The old Allen's Cafe - they're working on the historic bldg now, and they were going to build I think 4 townhomes after that. There's a thread for that project around here somewhere. This is a work in progress as Pete is constantly reminding us, but even if there's something we've left out (even if you think we're already aware), please remind us and let us know!
    Thanks, I just didn't see the Garage Lofts or the Sieber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wschnitt View Post
    Can anyone edit the article? Cline has 2 units.
    Yeah, anyone should be able to, the just better know their stuff. I think The Cline has 6 units? Its article is here: http://www.okctalk.com/showwiki.php?title=Cline+The

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