Oklahoma officials are looking at several other state properties that are categorized as unnecessary or underused and being considered for possible sale.
On the auction block
• A town lot owned by the Department of Human Services in Buffalo.
• A nearly six-acre tract of land owned by DHS in Marietta.
Preparing to go to auction
• A 39-acre tract of land owned by the Office of Management and Enterprise Services near Hopeton in Woods County.
• The old central laboratory, 2123 NE 36, of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
• A nearly 15-acre tract of undeveloped land at NE 28 and Creston Drive owed by the Office of Management and Enterprise Services.
• A tract of land owned by the Oklahoma Historical Society on the Fort Reno reserve in Canadian County.
Properties under consideration
• The Haskell Building, owned by Connors State College, in Muskogee.
• The State Capitol Publishing Museum, owned by the Historical Society, in Guthrie.
• The former children's hospital on the grounds of the Talihina Veterans Center.
SOURCE: STATE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT
AND ENTERPRISE SERVICES