Time to catch up ! ! !

Ok, it has been too long and now I need to bring everyone up to date with my project!

I believe I should start with introducing a building that I picked for my project: I decided to go with the Centennial Building located in Bricktown Oklahoma City, OK.

  The Centennial on the Canal is versatile residential and retail development in trendy Lower Bricktown, Oklahoma City. 30 luxury lofts, ranging from 1100 to 2000 SF, spare nothing in artistic design and intricacies. Residents have an exclusive view of the bustling Bricktown area from a private balcony and a rooftop pool, cabana and fitness center. Comfort and Convenience are key at the Centennial. Controlled access underground parking and entries help you live the downtown life with ease and peace of mind. These urban homes grace 25,000 SF of boutique retail and restaurant space including ultra-hip Redpin Bowling Lounge, and the perfect place to start or end your day, Starbucks Coffee.

Outside, a thriving downtown beckons. The Centennial on the canal puts you at the center of art, entertainment and history. The 46 piece Land Run sculpture, soon to be one of the largest bronze monuments in the world, will be positioned alongside the peaceful canal which meanders through Lower Bricktown. The Centennial will also overlook the liquid art and sounds of the Centennial Fountain and Plaza.

The Centennial was completed on Oklahoma’s Centennial birthday. The retail section was finished in November 2007. Residential lofts were done in December 2007.


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~ by KatyaY on February 17, 2011.

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