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    Let me know if I missed anything and I'll add it.

    I'll be doing these once a week for the next several weeks for other areas of the metro.

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    Wow Pete thanks for this! And this is just the downtown core. Areas outside the core like The Oak, The Ellison, Canton, 6100 Grand, Chisolm Creek apartments across from Top Golf, the Half, and The Presley

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowser214 View Post
    Wow Pete thanks for this! And this is just the downtown core. Areas outside the core like The Oak, The Ellison, Canton, 6100 Grand, Chisolm Creek apartments across from Top Golf, the Half, and The Presley
    I'll do summaries for other areas of town over the course of the next month or so.

    It's fun to see everything in summary form. Makes you appreciate everything that is going on here.


    I'd really like to do a summary of in-fill housing but there is so much of it, that project would take an enormous amount of time.

    All around the Plaza area is very hot but now almost everywhere on either side of Classen is seeing remodels and tear-downs. Also, the near NE side has dozens of projects. There are a ton of new duplexes, townhomes and new single-family houses all over the core. It's really cool to see.

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    ^^^ Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    Let me know if I missed anything and I'll add it.

    I'll be doing these once a week for the next several weeks for other areas of the metro.
    Is the Capitol Hill festival plaza something significant enough to include?

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    Based on core to shore, i think the City of OKC doesn't consider anything south of the river as part of the "core"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthSide View Post
    Based on core to shore, i think the City of OKC doesn't consider anything south of the river as part of the "core"
    This thread is under Pete's definition of core, not the city's. He has already included another project in Capitol Hill.

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    What about the Truck Park in Bricktown?

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    Quote Originally Posted by soonerj2015 View Post
    What about the Truck Park in Bricktown?
    Yes, the Truckyard. Thanks.

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    Hey, Pete, when will you be having your next development summary?

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