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    Couldn’t read the article b/c it was buried behind the DOK’s expensive paywall.

    But it sounds like these guys (https://www.eighttwenty.com/) are thinking hard about a Bricktown HQ. Probably a small lease deal, I’d guess.

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    I already posted about this in the bricktown thread but Pete feel free to move those over here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WheelerD Guy View Post
    Couldn’t read the article b/c it was buried behind the DOK’s expensive paywall.

    But it sounds like these guys (https://www.eighttwenty.com/) are thinking hard about a Bricktown HQ. Probably a small lease deal, I’d guess.
    see here

    https://www.okctalk.com/showthread.p...84#post1174784

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    This is a big enough thing for Bricktown and the JFK neighborhood that it deserves a thread of its own.

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    Referenced from the article by Steve Lackmeyer https://www.oklahoman.com/story/news...wn/8063331002/

    The development plan submitted Friday to the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority proposes a three-story, 15,000-square-foot office building to be designed by architect Rand Elliott, whose previous works includes Oklahoma Contemporary, Classen Curve, and much of the boathouse district along the Oklahoma River.

    A 20,000-square-foot warehouse would be built next to the office building. The EightTwenty plan proposes a building constructed of architectural concrete and glass with exterior solar protection via architectural shading and an iconic facade facing west toward downtown and I-235.

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    Kind of a weird location for an office building, not sure the intentions for that, when there are plenty of vacant lots downtown.

    But I imagine that piece of land was pretty cheap, lol.

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    I can see the benefit of the location considering you don't have to pass downtown design review since it is an office/warehouse development.

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