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Plans set for restoration of windows at former Spaghetti Warehouse

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Pending approval Wednesday by the Bricktown Urban Design Committee, windows are set to be restored to the upper floors of the former Spaghetti Warehouse in Bricktown after decades of being filled with bricks.

Sam Coury and Danny Wright bought the building, a landmark in Bricktown at 101 E Sheridan Ave., in September, 2017. The six-story, century-old building spans 82,000 square feet and was originally home to Oklahoma Furniture Manufacturing Co.

The building was bought and converted into a Spaghetti Warehouse in 1988, but the upper five stories were sealed for the past half-century. The eatery closed in early 2016.

Don Hayes, representing Coury, said plans are to start window installation as soon as the owners obtain all permits from the city. The investors are finalizing plans on whether to convert the building to housing, offices, a boutique hotel or a mix with a restaurant on the ground floor.

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Steve Lackmeyer

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