Oklahoma City

Gaining ground

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Last week, OU regents approved the purchase of the Presbyterian Health Foundation Research Park, the 700,000-square-foot development that houses a number of biomedical startup companies.

State investment in Selexys reaps new funds

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

The Oklahoman Last week, Oklahoma entrepreneurship scored a blockbuster win when Selexys Pharmaceuticals announced a $23 million investment led by MPM Capital. The investment will fund Selexys’ Phase II clinical study for SelG1, a drug for patients with sickle cell disease. It also will be used to advance a second drug to treat Crohn’s disease and

City council often meets goals, performance report indicates

Monday, September 17, 2012

The city’s 2012 Citizen Performance Report was released last week, and it generally reflects a performance that the council can be proud of. Most indicators that track city performance related to the council’s goals are trending in a positive direction.

Q&A sessions with school leaders would serve Oklahoma City district well

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

For three hours on a recent Monday night, members of the Oklahoma City School Board listened and asked questions about the operations and academic achievement of the charter schools in the district.

Uptown whirl

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The revitalization of the Uptown NW 23rd Street neighborhood continues to gain momentum and at least one real estate firm has redevelopment plans for it.

Bricktown is emerging as prime hotel district

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

With construction starting on two new hotels and four more planned, Bricktown’s room count is about to climb to more than 1,200.

More Millennials are drawn to downtown living

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The cause of the Millennials’ move may be far more nuanced, but in Oklahoma City and elsewhere, have no doubt — downtown living is increasingly their dream come true.

Downtown living attracts families

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Richard McKown feels no pressure to advertise his newly opened Level Urban Apartments at NE 2 and Walnut Avenue. He doesn’t have to; the complex was fully leased when it opened last month.