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  1. #26

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zuplar View Post
    Is the one in Mustang really the closest one?

    I'm honestly surprised the one in Mustang hasn't closed or isn't on the verge. It seems busy on Sunday, but I drive by it everyday and lunch time and hardly ever anyone there. Same goes for IHOP.
    Definitely the one in Moore would be much closer for Norman residents. The only people I could see benefiting the Mustang location would be people who came in from Blanchard area.

  2. #27

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    Work is being done on the old Applebee's location. I did not see any sign about what would be coming.

  3. #28

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert_M View Post
    Work is being done on the old Applebee's location. I did not see any sign about what would be coming.
    Not sure but found this http://newsok.com/commercial-real-es...rticle/5567971

    •Lucky Kitty Trust and its successors and-or assigns paid $925,000 to MDO Properties Inc. for a 5,300-square-foot retail property at 500 Ed Noble Parkway, Norman. Karleen Krywucki handled the transaction.

  4. #29

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    Quote Originally Posted by macfoucin View Post
    A....cat store?

  5. #30

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    I reached out to Destination Norman since it wasn't listed on their site and the reply back was they believe the old Applebees is being converted into a Denny's. Better than an empty building I suppose....

  6. #31

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    Went by this morning and saw the building permits in the windows as well as talking to someone onsite. It will be a Denny's as macfoucin mentions.

    Hopefully they will be better than the one that was on Main Street.

  7. #32

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    Denny's is now open.

  8. #33

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    FINALLY

  9. #34

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    Toys R Us is closing in Norman.

  10. #35

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    There is a construction dumpster and some workers working on the old Chili's locaiton. There was still a for lease sign up this morning as I went by but looks like something might be heading into that location.

  11. #36

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert_M View Post
    There is a construction dumpster and some workers working on the old Chili's locaiton. There was still a for lease sign up this morning as I went by but looks like something might be heading into that location.
    Gaberino's is moving from its current location across from the library.

  12. Default Re: Ed Noble Parkway Norman

    Quote Originally Posted by mattjank View Post
    Gaberino's is moving from its current location across from the library.
    Nice.... They have managed to do well in a very hidden spot.... Hope they can continue their success with a lot more visibility.

  13. #38

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    I hope it doesn't hurt them. I really love Gaberinos and hope they continue to do well!

  14. #39

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    Don't know where this might go, but this seems closest to Main and 36th NW, but has anything happened with the old Wrights? There is a roll away out front and one of the doors is covered by plywood. No signs up, and looks like the for lease signs may be down.

  15. #40

    Default Re: Ed Noble Parkway Norman

    Quote Originally Posted by mattjank View Post
    Don't know where this might go, but this seems closest to Main and 36th NW, but has anything happened with the old Wrights? There is a roll away out front and one of the doors is covered by plywood. No signs up, and looks like the for lease signs may be down.
    Both of those spaces are being built to lease for offices.

  16. Default Re: Ed Noble Parkway Norman

    Quote Originally Posted by FighttheGoodFight View Post
    Both of those spaces are being built to lease for offices.
    Off topic as well but do you know who won the old hastings building auction? Curious what will go in there.

  17. #42

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    Quote Originally Posted by FighttheGoodFight View Post
    Both of those spaces are being built to lease for offices.
    Dang. I was still holding out hope that might be revived as a Trader Joe's

  18. #43

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChargerAg View Post
    Off topic as well but do you know who won the old hastings building auction? Curious what will go in there.
    Not updated on county accessor so no clue. I know it sold for 2.3million.

  19. #44

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    Quote Originally Posted by FighttheGoodFight View Post
    Not updated on county accessor so no clue. I know it sold for 2.3million.
    Saw an ad on Facebook the other day, it's going to be a Crunch Fitness.

    https://www.crunch.com/locations/norman

  20. Default Re: Ed Noble Parkway Norman

    Quote Originally Posted by pure View Post
    Saw an ad on Facebook the other day, it's going to be a Crunch Fitness.

    https://www.crunch.com/locations/norman
    Bummer. I was hoping for a grocery.

  21. #46

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    Pending lease approval and a permits etc. it looks like Ed Noble Parkway is changing up some of their spaces.

    Bed Bath and Beyond appears to be moving into the old Office Max space that's about 5,000 square feet smaller.

    Cost Plus World Market is suppose to occupy about 1/2 the space on the North end closest to Paul Mitchell in the former Michael's space.

    Party City is suppose to occupy about 1/2 of the space where the former Toys R Us was located.

    There is also suppose to be new pylon signs and possible facade refreshing (paint, awnings, etc).

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    Cost Plus is big news! That will be the first one in the OKC Metro, if I'm not mistaken - and 2nd in Oklahoma.

  23. #48

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    I'm not familiar with them but I did look after you mention that and the only other one is indeed in Tulsa. Square foot looks to be about 16,000 sf for sales floor and about 4,000 sf for office and receiving. Not sure how this would compare to their other stores.

  24. #49

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    Great news if true, I always thought Norman would be a perfect location for a World Market.

  25. #50

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    Someone mentioned it in another thread but drove by today and a banner in front of the Shack said The Crawfish Pot was coming soon.

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