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    Deep Deuce Maywood Apartments Phase II

    NE 4th and Oklahoma Ave.
    cost=$20 Million
    architect=GTF Architects
    height=4 floors above ground, 3 levels of parking below ground
    160 units + parking garage+ retail


    Information & Latest News

    1/15/14: $15.1 million building permit
    6/11/13: Work set to start on second phase of Maywood Apartments
    Links

    County Assessor Record 1
    County Assessor Record II

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    Default Re: Maywood Apartments (NE 4th & Oklahoma)

    I hope we see some architectural diversity with this. Not holding my breath though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catch22 View Post
    I hope we see some architectural diversity with this. Not holding my breath though.
    Oh yeah, I've been saying that for awhile now. Seriously don't think it'll happen though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catch22 View Post
    I hope we see some architectural diversity with this. Not holding my breath though.
    I'll take the same design with street front interaction.

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    I believe they said they would have street-level retail in this phase.

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    Work set to start on $20 million second phase for Maywood Apartments in Oklahoma City
    By Steve Lackmeyer

    Over the 28 years Larry Jones has been detailing cars at the corner of NE 4 and Walnut, he has seen the area transformed from a sea of parking used by Kerr-McGee employees to a vast paved desert, and now, a thriving neighborhood that is about to slightly change his own business address.

    Ron Bradshaw and Charlie Nicholas, who are building the 139-unit Maywood Apartments at NE 4 and Oklahoma, are set to start construction this summer on a 160-unit, $20 million second phase that will provide a new space for Jones' Bricktown Auto Bath & Shine. At the same time, the developers plan to restore the 80-year-old former Conoco station that has been home to Jones' detail shop and convert it into retail.

    Read the rest of Steve's article at: Work set to start on $20 million second phase for Maywood Apartments in Oklahoma City | NewsOK.com

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    Me likey!! (from Steve's article)






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    Glad to hear in the video that they're going to keep the car wash building and actually spiff it up!


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    I must have missed the NewsOK folks because the footage looks like mine. I was done around 4pm.

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    Great interview in that video. Larry Jones is one happy guy right now (and rightly so!)

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    Have these designs been approved already? I really, really like these.

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    What an awesome looking development for that Phase II section.

    Ok, all the folks hoping for something a little different here, something with a little variety for Deep Deuce should be happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnlyOne View Post
    Have these designs been approved already? I really, really like these.
    No, they haven't been submitted yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    No, they haven't been submitted yet.
    I'm a little confused then. Steve's article said they're set to begin construction this summer, but if they still need to get these approved, that doesn't seem likely to start this summer. Or am I overestimating the time required to get approval for the drawings?

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    First, this is AWESOME way to go Bradshaw. His entire portfolio of downtown development is going to represent an extremely wide array of price-points, with the Maywood Apartments as a LEVEL-equivalent, this as an Edge-equivalent IMO, and of course the Brownstones are unrivaled.

    But I have a lot of questions:
    1. The elevation I really want to see is NE 4th.
    2. The Walnut elevation doesn't seem completely depicted given that the car wash will be preserved (shouldn't be the same scale/massing as the Oklahoma Ave side)
    3. Are those storefront windows on the street level? I see a ton of awnings
    4. Is that structured parking built into the back of the development with ventilated openings?
    4. The Walnut elevation doesn't seem completely depicted given that the car wash will be preserved

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan View Post
    First, this is AWESOME way to go Bradshaw. His entire portfolio of downtown development is going to represent an extremely wide array of price-points, with the Maywood Apartments as a LEVEL-equivalent, this as an Edge-equivalent IMO, and of course the Brownstones are unrivaled.

    But I have a lot of questions:
    1. The elevation I really want to see is NE 4th.
    2. The Walnut elevation doesn't seem completely depicted given that the car wash will be preserved (shouldn't be the same scale/massing as the Oklahoma Ave side)
    3. Are those storefront windows on the street level? I see a ton of awnings
    4. Is that structured parking built into the back of the development with ventilated openings?
    4. The Walnut elevation doesn't seem completely depicted given that the car wash will be preserved
    Your question #2 and question #4 (the second #4, not the first) are remarkably similar.

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    Lol, damn iPad typing. I wanted to move #4 up in the ordering just because I hate seeing awkward stair-stepping in text. I wanted to mix up the length of each line... one of the many things I am OCD about

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    At least the Conoco restoration sounds good.

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    WTGB!

    (Way to go Bradshaw)

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    Quote Originally Posted by catch22 View Post
    WTGB!

    (Way to go Bradshaw)
    Terry?


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    Default Re: Maywood Apartments (NE 4th & Oklahoma)

    Finally, some good architectural diversity.

    Does the reddish area represent brick?

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    I am curious if the parking is going to be like Level in that there is an internal parking garage. From the look of the renderings, it doesn't look like it will be under the apartments like the Maywood Apartments.

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    Default Re: Maywood Apartments (NE 4th & Oklahoma)

    Parking on the first two floors behind the retail, it looks like.

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    Default Re: Maywood Apartments (NE 4th & Oklahoma)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover View Post
    Finally, some good architectural diversity.

    Does the reddish area represent brick?
    Agreed. This is really great to see. I like this proposal a lot.

    I believe so. I'm wondering what the light colors are? Is it a stone, light brick, stucco, EIFS?

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