The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority spent more than $500 million expanding turnpikes in the Greater Oklahoma City metro. The state could get electronic tolling in 2021.
Backed by the 2017 GO bond package, construction on the Earlywine Golf Clubhouse is expected to start in early 2021. In addition to a new building, the updates include a larger, lit driving range, ideal for more entertainment-like golfing.
The Curbside Chronicle, a program of the Homeless Alliance, will open a full-service flower shop Curbside Flowers at 522 N. Classen Blvd. this August. The building will also house a classroom for Sasquatch Shaved Ice. An apparel program will join the other entities in the near future.
From demolition to glass replacement, there’s plenty happening at the BancFirst Tower site. More than 400 employees will move into the building by July 2021.
Three new national beauty and lifestyle retailers are opening just in time for summer.
England-based artist Martin Donlin’s work is named for a line from William Shakespeare’s play, “Coriolanus” where Sicinius asks, “What is a city but the people.” The concept utilizes multiple layers of pattern and imagery exhibited through the placement of polycarbonate tiles and fastened to steel cables spanning from the second to the sixth floor of the parking garage.
This is the most recent addition at WRWA in 12 years. The $89 million project will add 133,022 square feet to the existing 410,000 square-foot airport terminal, with 43,473 square feet being renovated.
The Oklahoma City Convention Center is expected to be complete this fall. Events at the new venue are booked into 2024.