Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Warwick Area Additions Proposed

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Warwick Area Additions Proposed

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Warwick residential addition near W. Hefner Rd. and Rockwell Ave. could have two new areas, including three 10,000-squareot office buildings, if an application for rezoning is approved today by the Oklahoma City Planning Commission.

An application was filed by Quickncey Development Corp. II to rezone 6501-6829 W. Hefner Rd. from the PUD-95A planned unit development district to the PUD planned unit development district.

Proposed for the 11.77 acres is a private and gated neighborhood named Warwick Place and an office complex. There are apartments and townhouses where the office complex is proposed, but those would be removed, said J. Gary Nolan Quick II, a principal in the development company.

The complex would be named Warwick Place Office Complex. Both additions would front on W. Hefner Rd. The land is separated from Warwick V residential section by a channel. Quickncey is also developing Warwick V. That addition includes more than 100 acres and more than 120 lots, he said.

The land that is covered in the application is south of what is now being developed. The company has plans to develop all of the land that extends west to the Putnam North Plaza shopping center on N. Rockwell Ave., Quick said. The shopping center is owned by Precor Realty Advisors Inc. of Oklahoma City.

Quickncey is negotiating with "a large out-ofate retailer" that is trying to make an entrance into Oklahoma. There are five other properties around the shopping center that the company would either build to lease or sell to interested retailers. There is room for a 20,000-squareot building, 4,500-squareot building, 6,000-squareot building or a 32,000-squareot building, he said. This would include the commercial end of the development, he said.

Plans for the retail development are not part of the application before the planning commission. Quick would not disclose cost estimates for the office complex or retail developments.

Besides Quick, who is an attorney, the other two principals of Quickncey are J.N. Quick Sr., an Arkansas developer, and Bill Mincey of Oklahoma City.

Other business scheduled before the planning commission at its regular 1:30 p.m. meeting includes: An application by Bobby and Margie Anderson to rezone 10208-10424 S. Hiwassee Rd. and 13001-13009 SE 104th St. from the AA agricultural district to the PUD planned unit development district. This application was continued from the April 23 and May 14 meetings in order to add property to the application and to notify surrounding property owners. A new legal description and ownership list have not been received by planning commission staff, so this item is recommended for continuance to July 9. An application by Amcat Inc. to rezone 1101-1125 N. Blackwelder Ave. and 1701-1715 NW 10th St. from the R-2 medium low density residential and C-4 general business districts to the PUD planned unit development district. A SPUD simplified planned unit development application had been submitted for this site and was continued from the April 23 and May 14 meetings, but has been requested to be withdrawn. An application by Amcat to rezone 1101-1125 N. Blackwelder Ave. and 1701-1711 NW 10th St. from the R-2 medium low density residential and C-4 general business districts to the SPUD simplified planned unit development district. …

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