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OKC nonprofit takes high-quality homes where commercial developers wouldn't

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Developer James M. Williams is shown at Forest Village Estates, senior housing, on the west side of Bryant Avenue, north of NE 30. [CHRIS LANDSBERGER/THE OKLAHOMAN]
Developer James M. Williams is shown at Forest Village Estates, senior housing, on the west side of Bryant Avenue, north of NE 30. [CHRIS LANDSBERGER/THE OKLAHOMAN]
At its core, it’s a quest to raise the quality of life and bring amenities back to areas hollowed out by urban renewal. But like most ambitious plans, there are multiple layers in the development transforming Oklahoma City’s northeast side. “We decided, for one, that quality homes would bring back quality in our community and the near...
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