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Work set to start on $20 million second phase for Maywood Apartments in Oklahoma City

Developers Ron Bradshaw and Charlie Nicholas are set to start on $20 million, 160-unit second phase for Maywood Apartments in Oklahoma City. The development will include restoration of an 80-year-old former Conoco station that has been home to Bricktown Auto Bath for the past 28 years.
by Steve Lackmeyer Modified: June 11, 2013 at 11:32 am •  Published: June 11, 2013

/articleid/3843840/1/pictures/2125312">Photo - Phase two of the Maywood Apartments, as shown in this rendering, are set to be built this summer. <strong>GTF Architecture</strong>
Phase two of the Maywood Apartments, as shown in this rendering, are set to be built this summer. GTF Architecture

Bradshaw added that keeping Jones on the block provides a service to the area's growing population and helps to create a solid row of retail fronting Walnut Avenue.

Designs by GTF Architects call for the garage itself to be two stories high, topped by four stories of apartments.

Nicholson's company, NE Development and Construction, will be the contractor. (It is also building The Edge in MidTown.)

The second phase of the Maywood Apartments is being launched as Level developer Richard McKown is set to start construction of a west and east expansion of his apartments along NE 3 at Oklahoma and Walnut avenues.

At least two other apartment projects are being contemplated for the area, which is rapidly approaching complete build-out from the BNSF Railway viaduct to Interstate 235 between NE 1 and NE 6.

Bradshaw agreed with Jones that recent changes to the area are dramatic but spaced out enough that he does not believe the neighborhood is being overbuilt.

“All of the market indications are still good — it's still very strong,” Bradshaw said. “We're building at a pace where it all can be absorbed.”

by Steve Lackmeyer
Business Reporter
Steve Lackmeyer is a reporter, columnist and author 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...
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