Tulsa Architect transforms Old Model T Dealership

BY CHRISTINA A. KOCH, RETROFIT MAGAZINE

‘Tulsa Architect transforms old Model T Dealership’ Link to original story. ‘A Tulsa, Okla., Building, Once a Model T Dealership, Is Transformed into a Co-Working Space’ Downtown Tulsa, Okla., could be described as a ghost town after the oil bust of the 1980s. [See “Back from the Dead”, March-April 2014 issue, page 22, for more […]

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Tulsa architect to lead OKPOP design team

BY RANDY KREHBIEL, Tulsa World Staff Writer

Link to original story. ‘Tulsa architect to lead OKPOP design team’ A team led by local architect Chris Lilly has been tentatively chosen to design and ultimately build the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture in Tulsa, state officials said Wednesday. The decision is contingent upon final contract negotiations between the state and the design team. […]

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Design Team Selected For Tulsa’s OK Pop Museum

By Amy Slanchik, News on 6

Link to original story.   The one thing that has been decided is that the pop museum will be in the Brady Arts District. “Well, the great thing about the Brady District is it’s near everything,” said Jeff Moore, Director of OKPOP Museum. One of the possible sites is Archer and MLK. But after eight […]

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Popular Food Truck Getting Restaurant In Brady District

BY MEAGAN FARLEY, NEWS ON 6

Link to original story.   TULSA, Oklahoma – The Brady Arts District is getting another restaurant, and, to many, the name will ring a bell. It’s going to be located in one of the larger historic renovations going on downtown. Fans of the popular food truck, Lone Wolf, will be excited to hear the owners […]

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Kaiser Foundation takes on another large Brady District development

By ROBERT EVATT, Tulsa World Business Writer

Link to original story.   The George Kaiser Family Foundation is about to embark on another major conversion of an underused building in the Brady District. This time the target is the white warehouse on the north side of Archer Street between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Detroit Avenue. The $25 million to $30 […]

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New coalition to open Brady district book store

By JAMES D. WATTS JR., Tulsa World Scene Writer

Link to original story.   A newly formed nonprofit organization, the Tulsa Literary Coalition, plans to bring the art of literature to the Brady Arts District and beyond. The coalition will open Magic City Books, an independent book store, on the corner of Archer Street and Detroit Avenue. The store will occupy the anchor position […]

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