Hotel, housing, retail and dining are among proposals for former OKC schools headquarters

By Steve LackmeyerBusiness writerslackmeyer@oklahoman.comThree groups are competing to redevelop the former Oklahoma City Public Schools Administration campus, which consists of multiple historic buildings nestled between the Metro Park Neighborhood and Midtown.
The developers include a group led by a familiar preservationist; Far Wespen, a New York investment group that has spent the past several years acquiring blocks to the east of the campus; and Carpathia, a partnership between Ross Group and Nelson+Stowe of Tulsa.
Carpethia’s proposal focuses on the former Roosevelt school, the main building at 900 N Klein Ave., with plans showing a mix of retail and dining anchored around a hotel.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Steve Lackmeyer
Business writer
slackmeyer@oklahoman.com

Three groups are competing to redevelop the former Oklahoma City Public Schools Administration campus, which consists of multiple historic buildings nestled between the Metro Park Neighborhood and Midtown.

The developers include a group led by a familiar preservationist; Far Wespen, a New York investment group that has spent the past several years acquiring blocks to the east of the campus; and Carpathia, a partnership between Ross Group and Nelson+Stowe of Tulsa.

Carpethia’s proposal focuses on the former Roosevelt school, the main building at 900 N Klein Ave., with plans showing a mix of retail and dining anchored around a hotel.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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