Following a three-hour hearing last week, Oklahoma City’s Downtown Design Review Committee (DDRC) voted to approve a developer’s request to demolish nine historic buildings downtown.
Allison Bailey is on this week’s episode of the Capital City podcast to discuss downtown preservation and the role of millennials in shaping the city’s civic future.
Oklahoma City’s Downtown Design Review Committee (DDRC) voted to approve a developer’s request to demolish nine historic buildings, including the Union Bus Station.
Oklahoma City’s downtown dining scene is an example of the city’s growth as a foodie hub and the continued movement toward locally sourced foods and higher quality.
Dozens of bike racks will be installed in some of the city’s most popular urban districts, along with a few bike repair stations to give cyclists a place to air up tires and perform other maintenance.
If you’re in the mood to shop for one-of-a-kind handcrafted gifts for the holidays, then you should check out the 2014 Deluxe Winter Market, hosted by Deluxe OK. Organized by Sara Cowan and Jennifer “JD” McCoy, Deluxe Winter Market has garnered national media attention; a recent article on BuzzFeed called the event one of “35…
Mindful of complaints that Project 180 and other downtown construction has stirred over the past few years, members of the streetcar subcommittee say they want to learn from those mistakes.
The new garage also demonstrates the importance of design, especially in Oklahoma City’s growing core.
Ward 6 Councilwoman Meg Salyer announced her reelection campaign six months ahead of the next election day in Oklahoma City.
The OKC council voted to solicit bids on at least five streetcars for the planned downtown system.