Oklahoma Real Estate Notes

Oklahoman Published: October 30, 2010
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Danforth Plaza has new owner
EDMOND — Mason-Amir Properties of Oklahoma City has bought Danforth Plaza Shopping Center from Brooklyn, N.Y., owner Park Stone Properties. The buyers paid $2.45 million for the 30,000-square-foot retail center, which was developed in 2003. The property at 2000 W Danforth Road has national tenants including Payless Shoes, GameStop and Cato. The transaction closed at a capitalization rate of 8.35 percent. Ryan Storer and Stuart Graham of CB Richard Ellis-Oklahoma handled the sale.

Historic tour set in Ponca City
PONCA CITY — Ponca City Main Street will present its annual Historic Home and Building Tour from 1 to 4 p.m. Nov. 7. The event will highlight prestigious homes and landmark buildings of the 1910s and 1920s on Central Avenue. Featured stops include the first mansion of E.W. Marland, 10th Oklahoma governor and early-day founder of what is now ConocoPhillips, at 1000 E. Grand Ave. Tickets are $10 and available at Cherokee Strip Credit Union, Eastman National Bank, First National Bank, RCB/Pioneer Bank and the Chamber of Commerce and Ponca City Main Street office in City Hall starting Monday, or at any tour stop. For more information, go to poncacitymainstreet.com or call (580) 763-8082.

Builders set for Habitat 'blitz'
Home Creations and 4 Corners Construction are participating in a weeklong "builders blitz" with Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity starting today in Habitat's Hope Crossing addition at NE 83 and Kelley Avenue.



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