Suspension rates Superintendent Robert Neu (pictured at right) called the district’s high suspension rate — especially among minority students — an unacceptable culture of sorting students that he plans to stop. During a press conference last week, Neu, who became superintendent of Oklahoma City Public Schools last year, discussed a recent internal discipline audit and…
Booming. This word best describes Oklahoma City’s commercial real estate growth and development over the past couple of years. In fact, in 2014, commercial property sales, new construction, renovation, occupancy and rental rates all experienced upward growth trends from the previous year. Construction of new apartment complexes has increased in downtown and Midtown and across…
Seventy five residents took part in the first Trailhead OKC urban hike on Sunday, completing a 6.2 mile journey through nearly every corner of downtown Oklahoma City.
Hedonism, thy name is Gyro Burger. If you look hard enough, there are a few things on the menu at Cal’s Chicago Style Eatery, 7202 W. Hefner Road, that are probably healthy — salads, perhaps, or the grilled chicken sandwich. But let’s be honest with one another. If you’re craving health food, there are other…
A change in location for a new convention center could send ripples throughout downtown, impacting everything from tax incentive discussions to streetcar planning.
The city will no longer seek to put a new convention center on the site of an old car dealership downtown.
A tour of Kansas City’s future streetcar line offers some lessons for OKC as it prepares for its own system.
While downtown has come a long way in its quest to move beyond the automobile, recent decisions by developers and city leaders show the car is still king.
Ward 6 is nearly visible from every other ward in the city.
Following a three-hour hearing last week, Oklahoma City’s Downtown Design Review Committee (DDRC) voted to approve a developer’s request to demolish nine historic buildings downtown.