Downtown Oklahoma City Urban Living Homes Tour
Spent part of the weekend exploring Downtown OKC Homes and Urban Living. Loved it!
Did you get a chance to take part in the Downtown OKC Home Tour this past weekend? Living in Downtown, Midtown and the Bricktown area is becoming highly desirable for residents of OKC. Lofts, townhomes and condos and exciting new developments are making work and play in the Downtown areas of Oklahoma City a reality!
If you enjoy walking and biking around more than driving, then you might want to check out what our OKC urban living evangelists have to say about it. View the video below to get a first-hand report on what it's like to establish a home and lifestyle in our Oklahoma City Downtown living areas.
I really enjoyed this tour!
Here's a few of the stops that were made and living areas viewed by me and my companions on this wonderful Downtown Home Tour.
- The Marion, 110 NW 10, built in 1901, rehab architect David Kraszewski, builder Lingo Construction. The Marion functioned as a hotel for many, many years until it was closed in the mid-1980s. It sat vacant until developers took advantage of moving OKC forward. This was one of my favorites on the tour.
- The Metropolitan, 800 N Oklahoma Ave., off Automobile Alley, built in 2016, architect Lord Aeck and Sargent Inc. The Metropolitan is nestled in the most vibrant area in Oklahoma City. The fusion of modern design, location and technology, all with an urban twist.
- The Edge, 1325 N Walker Ave. 250-unit mixed-use community. A rooftop dog park, the rooftop terrace and a lobby resembling an upscale hotel lounge. The community also boasts 7,500 square feet of retail and welcomes Organic Squeeze Kitchen Table.
- The Haven, 601 Robert S. Kerr Ave. Large, contemporary apartments and enchanting gardens provide a home away from home. Right outside are some of Oklahoma City's best entertainment choices.
I had a great time…enjoyed it and learned much about options for my clients who desire a Downtown urban lifestyle choice and I will definitely be showing these properties to my clients who desire and appreciate urban living!
Have you toured these properties? Is there a particular area in OKC that attracts you or someone you know looking for a home? Share your ideas and your preferences in OKC's exciting real estate market and I'll be sure to investigate your discoveries.