Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

OKC Real Estate Briefs September 19, 2003

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

OKC Real Estate Briefs September 19, 2003

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Construction work on new offices for Scott Sabolich Prosthetics & Research in Oklahoma City is roughly 75 percent completed and should be finished by year end, the general contractor for the project said Wednesday.

Workers this week were installing interior finishes on the $3.2 million, 21,000-square-foot facility, which is on a nine-acre tract near the intersection of Britton Road and Broadway Extension. Randy Nance, director of business development for general contractor M.L. Young Construction, said workers next week will begin installing windows on the west face of the office building.

The company, which makes prosthetics for amputees, said it outgrew its current Oklahoma facility, which is about 7,000 square feet in size. While the current building provides eight rooms for patients to be fitted with prosthetics, the new facility will be much larger, with a planned 21 rooms for the same function.

Allen Brown, principal of Allen Brown Architects, designed the new building. The general contractor for the project is M.L. Young Construction. Interior design of the facility will be handled by VanStavern Designs.

Construction began in November and is scheduled to be completed by the end of December, Nance said.

Ideal expands to Del City

Norman home builder Ideal Homes broke ground this week on its first residential development in Del City.

The home builder said it plans to construct a 150-lot housing addition in two phases that will feature the company's Medallion line of homes, a product targeted to first-time home buyers. Homes in the new Del Creek addition will range in size from 952 to 1,466 square feet and be priced starting in the $80,000 range.

"We're thrilled to join the Del City community," said Vernon McKown, co-owner and president of sales for Ideal Homes. "We've received unprecedented support from its civic leaders and now look forward to showcasing and offering our award-winning homes to Del City's citizens."

The Quick-Mincey Co., which is owned by Gary Quick, Jim Quick and Bill Mincey, developed the land for Del Creek.

Ideal Homes said it already has established a model home for the development at 316 Bush Way.

Woodward ranch at auction

A 1,400-acre ranch near Woodward will go on the auction block Sept. 27, auctioneer Eddie Haynes of Eddie Haynes Auction and Realty said.

The auction is scheduled for 10 a.m. Sept. 27 on the site of the ranch north of Woodward. For directions, to pre-register for the auction or to set up an appointment for personal inspection of the property, Haynes said people should call (405) 524-7653.

The property features a two-story ranch home, a guest house, a two-story six-box stall barn with hay storage, and cattle working facilities. The property also has other barns and improvements.

The land features three spring-fed stocked ponds and wildlife such as quail, turkey, ducks and deer, the auctioneer said. …

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