Unfinished business: McClendon projects incomplete as Chesapeake changes leadership
Much of Aubrey McClendon’s vision for developing the area around Chesapeake Energy Corp.’s Oklahoma City headquarters will be incomplete when he leaves the company April 1.
An exposed steel frame rises out of Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon’s unfinished wine cellar like the skeleton of a beached whale laid out in the middle of the Manor Hill neighborhood at NW 68 and Classen Boulevard.
McClendon personally purchased an office building and at least one house to make way for the wine cellar in 2006 and 2007, but construction stalled after the site was cleared, the concrete...
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