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New Development Announced For Brady Arts District

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A new project announced Thursday morning plans to add even more pizzazz to the Brady Arts District.

According to Tulsa real estate developers Will and Cecilia Wilkins, plans are in place for a multi-use commercial development to be built next to ONEOK Field in downtown Tulsa, between Archer St. & Brady St., west of Elgin Ave.

It will feature a four- to five-story structure that will include a hotel, nearly 16,000 sq. feet of retail, restaurant and entertainment space, 27,000 sq. feet of commercial office space, underground parking and a rooftop bar, officials said.

The developers said they are in final discussions with two national hotel chains for a two-story hotel within the development and the ground-floor commercial space will be made available when designs are completed.

More details are expected to be released in the coming months.

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