Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Panel OKs Plans for Two OKC Housing Developments

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Panel OKs Plans for Two OKC Housing Developments

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Oklahoma City officials approved plans Thursday for the development of more than 320 new homes in the city, focused largely on the northwest and southwest areas of the metro.
Getting the green light from the Oklahoma City Planning Commission was the 89- lot Rose Creek addition, Blocks 6-8, northwest of NW 164th Street and May Avenue, and the 76-lot Brighton Place Addition, Section 6, located southwest of NW 36th Street and Sara Road.
The commission took the following actions:
l Approved a resolution to change the name of County Line Road to Mustang Plant Road. The road is known by residents under both names.
l Approved a final plat of Prairie Ridge Addition, Section 8. The development by McSha Properties includes 58 single-family lots on 14.4 acres near the northeast corner of Sooner Road and SE 89th Street.
l Approved a request to rezone 4517 SE 156th St. to allow a residential development on about 5 acres.
l Approved a request by developer J.W. Mashburn Development to rezone 142 acres at 2600 SW 134th St. to permit a residential development of single-family homes.
l Approved a final plat of Quail Gate Addition located southwest of NW 150th Street and Portland Avenue. The development includes 10 office and commercial lots on 10.5 acres.
l Approved a final plat of Barrington, Section 1, near the southwest corner of NW 192nd Street and Western Avenue. Winchester Development wants to build 62 single- family lots on about 58.4 acres.
l Approved a final plat of the Gardens at Stone Meadows near the southeast corner of SW 149th and Western. The developer plans to build 35 duplexes on about 8.5 acres.
l Approved a final plat of the Gardens at Stone Meadows 2nd near the southeast corner of SW 149th and Western. The developer plans to build a multifamily property on the site with 56 units.
l Approved a final plat of Oak Hollow Industrial Park fronting the east side of Pole Road halfway between SE 89th and SE 104th streets. …

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