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New apartment complex proposed for Oklahoma City's Deep Deuce

The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority will see plans today for a proposed 139-unit apartment complex in Deep Deuce. Ron Bradshaw, a partner in the 2nd Street Lofts and Brownstones at Maywood Park, is building the new $16 million complex with his Colony Development Partner Jason Bradshaw.
by Steve Lackmeyer Published: February 16, 2011
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The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority will see plans today for a proposed 139-unit apartment complex in Deep Deuce.

Ron Bradshaw, a partner in the 2nd Street Lofts and Brownstones at Maywood Park, is preparing to build the $16 million complex with his Colony Development partner Jason Bradshaw.

The Urban Renewal Authority is being asked to amend the original development agreement for the site at NE 4 and Oklahoma, which was slated for development of more brownstones.

If the project proceeds as expected, Ron Bradshaw said Tuesday that construction is expected to begin this summer, with design work being done by Dallas architect Jack C. Irwin.

“He's done a lot of work in Uptown Dallas,” Bradshaw said.

“He understands high-density living. This will have a pool, patio area, two levels of parking underneath, a dog run area, and it will be very urban.”

Bradshaw's development comes on the heels of construction under way on the $24 million, 222-unit Level Urban Apartment development spearheaded by Richard McKown at NE 2 and Oklahoma. It will also coincide with construction of a seven-story Aloft hotel across the street from McKown's project.

McKown said Tuesday he welcomes Bradshaw's development, adding it likely will help efforts to complete a deal with a grocery and restaurant for the first floor of Level.

“We're starting to work through details with our urban grocery and restaurant,” McKown said. “We've also had new inquiries about both locations. A surprising number of folks want to be a part of this community, and we're excited about that.”

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by Steve Lackmeyer
Business Reporter
Steve Lackmeyer is a reporter and columnist who started his career at The Oklahoman in 1990. Since then, he has won numerous awards for his coverage, which included the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, the city's Metropolitan...
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