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First Christian Church, 301 NW 36th St. OKC.  mh

OKC’s iconic Church of Tomorrow and surrounding land for sale

OKC’s iconic Church of Tomorrow and surrounding land for sale

Restoration Church at the Dome and the 31.8 acres it sits on are listed as development land at $8.2 million.

Elliott + Associates Architects win an honor award for Chesapeake Central Boathouse during the AIACOC design awards at the Skivin Hotel, Friday, Nov. 4, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

American Institute of Architecture praised diverse group of OKC buildings

A trio of judges from Denver evaluated projects submitted by the AIA Central Oklahoma chapter and declared the winners.

Letters to the Editor: July 15, 2014

Get to the point on Stage Center The destruction of art is equivalent to a book burning. — Tim Parker Midwest City Scheduled Black Mass is profane As a visiting assistant professor of English at Oklahoma State University, I have enjoyed the years I have spent in Oklahoma City, Edmond and Stillwater. My wife has


Architecturally, Stage Center is an artwork in and of itself. And yes, as with all art, not everyone appreciates it. Stage Center is an important architectural structure of national and international acclaim. Oklahoma City leaders would be unimaginably foolish and incredibly stupid to allow this internationally renowned diamond in the rough to be destroyed. What

Growing pains

Stage Center Credit: Shannon Cornman The office tower will be at least 20 stories and incorporate one major tenant combined with additional retail shops, offices and restaurants, said Rainey Williams, president of Kestrel Investments. Plans for the 3.15-acre site, located between Sheridan and California avenues and Dewey and Walker avenues, include a parking garage and

Crumbling Capitol

Oklahoma State Capitol Credit: Shannon Cornman That’s why they’ve been included on this year’s list of Oklahoma’s Most Endangered Historic Places. Preservation Oklahoma Inc., a private nonprofit, unveiled its 2013 selections April 10 during a presentation at the Capitol. Gov. Mary Fallin attended the event, thanking Preservation Oklahoma for including the Capitol on its list.

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