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Demolition set on former OGE data center

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The gold-sided data center, shown in top east corner of this photo, is set to be torn down within weeks to allow construction to start this summer on an 1,100-space garage. Scissortail Park is shown to the left and to the right the steel structure for the future convention center is going up while the first floor has gone up for the adjoining Omni Hotel. [PROVIDED]
The gold-sided data center, shown in top east corner of this photo, is set to be torn down within weeks to allow construction to start this summer on an 1,100-space garage. Scissortail Park is shown to the left and to the right the steel structure for the future convention center is going up while the first floor has gone up for the adjoining Omni Hotel. [PROVIDED]
The former OGE Energy data center downtown is set to be razed within weeks with construction to start this summer on an 1,100-space parking garage that will be wrapped with an eight-story mix of housing and retail. The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority on Wednesday approved a $441,000 bid by Midwest Wrecking for the demolition, which is...
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