Rather than complaining about its name being on a historic livery stable in Oklahoma City, now a bar called Whiskey Chicks,...
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Construction of the building, which will rise where Stage Center once stood, is expected to begin next year and be complete in early 2017.
Construction is down compared to this time last year, but Oklahoma City homebuilders say they — and buyers — are ready for the annual new-home showcase, Parade of Homes.
Rather than complaining about its name being on a historic livery stable in Oklahoma City, now a bar called Whiskey Chicks, Wells Fargo could rise to the occasion for history’s sake.
Bleu Garten, Oklahoma City first full-time food truck court, is set to open Thursday in Midtown with pop-up shops to be added on an adjoining property in late November.
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The 1,764-square-foot home has three bedrooms, two baths, one living room, one dining room and an attached three-car garage.
What do you call it when your baby bird moves away, gets married, has a baby bird of her own — and then moves again, just when Paw Paw has gotten used to where the grand nest is?
The annual Parade of Homes has 103 new houses open free to the public Saturday through Sept. 28 and features three neighborhoods in the north Oklahoma City metro area.
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The debate over errors and omissions insurance will never be resolved to every home inspector’s satisfaction. For some, having it is too risky. For others, the greater risk is not having it.
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