“Deep Deuce has seen tremendous growth in recent years,” Wilson said. “I think the Clark Building is a perfect example of how innovative design can inject substantial value into Oklahoma City’s growing fully mixed-use urban neighborhoods.”
Wilson said the sale includes the adjoining surface parking lot to the east of the Clark Building.
“The design of the building and the additional land available with it create a lot of opportunity for the future owner,” Wilson said. “There is a lot of potential to do something really creative in this location. It will be interesting to see how this building influences future high end redevelopment projects. It is a blueprint for the type of urban housing that can attract high net worth individuals to the urban core.”
Burnett called the Waterses “visionaries” who early on saw potential in Deep Deuce as a mixed-use urban neighborhood.
“They saw the potential for Deep Deuce before most others. Where else in Oklahoma can you find a luxury urban home with a rooftop pool, koi pond, garden and kitchen? It’s the coolest home in OKC. I hope we can find someone to take as good of care of it as the Waters have.”