Artists get their chance to turn eyesore into a canvas

Steve Lackmeyer
Before Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership was launched, before the creation of a downtown business improvement district, a loose organization named Downtown Now filled the role of trying to generate interest in the heart of our city.
As its operations wound down in the early 2000s, it convened a group of downtown stakeholders to start brainstorming ideas for improving downtown.
One of the more exciting ideas was to transform a large, unsightly thermal energy plant into an exciting corner connecting downtown and Bricktown at E.K. Gaylord and Sheridan.
Some suggested an electronic billboard.Read more on NewsOK.com

Steve Lackmeyer

Before Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership was launched, before the creation of a downtown business improvement district, a loose organization named Downtown Now filled the role of trying to generate interest in the heart of our city.

As its operations wound down in the early 2000s, it convened a group of downtown stakeholders to start brainstorming ideas for improving downtown.

One of the more exciting ideas was to transform a large, unsightly thermal energy plant into an exciting corner connecting downtown and Bricktown at E.K. Gaylord and Sheridan.

Some suggested an electronic billboard.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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