Thursday, May 20, 2021
Developers for The Nova, a mixed-use project in Automobile Alley, have submitted plans to the Downtown Design Review Committee to redevelop three total buildings with frontages on NW 6th and NW 7th Streets directly adjacent to the BNSF railroad tracks. The 66,000-square-foot plan will restore the historic Chevrolet Motor Company Building and adjacent structure to provide spacious downtown loft apartments, secure parking, retail space and a rooftop urban greenhouse. The team is comprised of developers Brandon Lodge, Jerry Roca and Patrick Myers, architect Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Historic Consultant Rosin Preservation, Structural Engineer Wallace Engineering, Civil Engineer Johnson & Associates, Inc., MEP Engineer HP Engineering, Inc., and General Contractor CORD Construction Services, LLC.
"We are excited to share what we have been working on the last year and a half. Bringing the first full-service grocery concept to the urban core of OKC and integrating that with beautiful residences and an urban farm has been a daunting task. Fortunately, our team is as good as it gets, full of professionals who understand the scope of what we are trying to do, the reasons behind it, and who have the expertise to help us pull it off," said owner and development partner Brandon Lodge in a media release. "The support of the Alliance and the Chamber has been incredible and immensely helpful in bringing this project together. AHMM, indispensable as always.”
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