Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Norman Builder Seeks OK on 220-Acre Development

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Norman Builder Seeks OK on 220-Acre Development

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Norman-based Ideal Homes will ask the Oklahoma City Planning Commission this week to approve plans to construct a 220-acre residential development in far northwest Oklahoma City.

Located at the northwest corner of NW 178th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, the development would consist of 691 single- family lots. Each acre would contain an average of three residences once completed.

According to a request filed with the commission, the development will be called Valencia and will feature three major common areas. Streets in Valencia will carry such names as Pastores Way, Las Meninas Drive, El Greco Drive and Las Floreras Road.

Plans also showed that Valencia will have three separate entrances off the adjacent arterial streets.

Officials with Ideal have yet to announce when construction will begin on the development and which brand of homes will be constructed. Ideal markets four brands of homes from its Medallion series, which start in price in the $70,000s, to its upscale Infinity series, which start in the mid-$170,000s.

The company has developed such residential communities as Seminole Pointe in Edmond and Dublin Bay in southeast Oklahoma City.

Ideal officials were unavailable for comment on Tuesday.

Valencia will add to one of the fastest-growing intersections of far northwest Oklahoma City. The area is already home to such new communities as Villas at Copper Creek, Clifford Farms and Mulholland. The development is located just west of Life Church, which recently completed construction of a multipurpose worship facility to accommodate its rapidly growing congregation.

The Oklahoma City Planning Commission is scheduled to hear the proposed development, along with other land-use proposals, during a public meeting 1:30 p.m. Thursday at City Hall.

Commissioners also will be asked to consider the preliminary plat of Sterling Canyon, to be north of SE 164th Street and west of Air Depot Boulevard. …

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