Osler building’s conversion to boutique hotel under way in Oklahoma City’s MidTown

After a two-year wait, Paul Coury is overseeing the transformation of the Osler Building in Oklahoma City’s MidTown into a 55-room boutique hotel.

BY STEVE LACKMEYER Modified: April 2, 2013 at 10:31 pm •  Published: April 3, 2013
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After a two-year wait, Paul Coury is overseeing the transformation of MidTown’s Osler Building into a 55-room boutique hotel.

Coury, who did a similar conversion with the Colcord Hotel downtown before selling it to Devon Energy Corp., is spending $15 million on the renovation and hopes to have the hotel open by year’s end.

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