AERIAL VIEW: Downtown viewed from the Devon Tower in Oklahoma City, Wednesday October 17, 2012. Photo By Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman
AERIAL VIEW: Downtown viewed from the Devon Tower in Oklahoma City, Wednesday October 17, 2012. Photo By Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman

Low-rise changes coming to Oklahoma City, too

Even without the emergence of new high-rise office towers, downtown's skyline is set to see more low- to mid-rise buildings added in the next couple of years. New hotels include the 11-story Hilton Garden Inn in Bricktown, a six- to eight-story Marriott Springhill Suites at Russell Perry and NE 1 in Deep Deuce, and two more hotels, each six to eight stories high, on the south side of Sheridan Avenue at Byers Avenue. SandRidge Energy will build a five-story amenities building at 120 Robert S. Kerr Ave. and a building up to 14 stories high at Broadway and Robert S. Kerr Ave. A four-story apartment complex is being built at NE 4 and Oklahoma. A convention center will be built, likely two to three stories high, south of Myriad Gardens, and a three-story elementary will be built at Sheridan and Walker Avenues.

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Devon Energy Center 360 Panos

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The Devon Tower lobby is shown Oct. 5 in Oklahoma City. Photo By Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman

View two 360 panos below of the new Devon Energy Center.







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