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Ground broken on first Starbucks in Ferguson

Ferguson is getting its first Starbucks, with the Seattle-based coffee chain sweetening the offer by partnering with a bakery damaged during protests and unrest in the St. Louis suburb after last year’s police shooting death of Michael Brown.

Tulsa-area home sales rise in October

By ROBERT EVATT World Business Writer

The number of residential real estate transactions in October was the highest recorded since the housing bubble burst.

Australia bars foreigners from buying world’s largest ranch

The company owns 10 cattle ranches, a bull breeding stud and a feed lot covering 39,155 square miles — bigger than South Korea and almost as big as the U.S. state of Virginia.

Tulsa-area home construction holds steady in October

By ROBERT EVATT World Business Writer

Tom Pepper, president of New Orders Weekly, said he expects home construction will manage to surpass last year’s total by December.

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Although Tulsa’s retail market is strong, speakers at the annual Tulsa Trends real estate conference are concerned about the ongoing effects of the new oil bust.

Four downtown projects seek tax abatements on improvements

By RANDY KREHBIEL World Staff Writer

Abatements have been used to develop several properties downtown and elsewhere, from restoring the Mayo Hotel to building the new Macy’s-Bloomington’s Fulfillment Center in the Cherokee Industrial Park.

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Texas de Brazil still bringing steakhouse to Woodland Hills Mall

Great Clips’ coming salon at 1700 Yale Mall linked to key retail tenants

By SAMUEL HARDIMAN World Business Writer

CBRE said grocery stores are integral for attracting smaller tenants like supplement shops and hair salons.

Historic downtown Bartlesville property to be developed as lofts

By LAURA SUMMERS World Correspondent

Tulsa-based Ross Group announced recently plans to create the Noble Lofts with retail space in 1907-era buildings located at 119, 121, 123 and 125 W. Second St.

Week in review: Wal-Mart at Admiral and Memorial reopens

By Staff Reports and Associated Press

Obama kills Keystone XL, says it’s not in US interests

First of tenants moving into renovated Universal Ford and Hotel Fox buildings

By ROBERT EVATT World Business Writer

The Kaiser Foundation’s renovations are bringing apartments, restaurants and an entrepreneurial space to the Brady District.

Profits outpace 2014 for ONEOK, ONEOK Partners

By ROBERT EVATT World Business Writer

Revenue declined sharply year-over-year during ONEOK Inc. and ONEOK Partners’ third quarter, but that didn’t stop the companies from boosting their profits.

Gargoyles dying off in Oklahoma City, but the OU campus is crawling with them

Urban renewal, the architectural tragedy of the times, help bring many of the gargoyles adorning buildings in Oklahoma City. But the figures continue to survive on the Collegiate Gothic style buildings on the University of Oklahoma campus in Norman.

Fewer contracts to buy homes signed in September

September marked a slowdown in Americans signing contracts to buy homes, the second consecutive decline for a real estate market that has been rebounding for the first half of 2015.

U.S. home values and rents defying global slowdown

By JOSH BOAK & CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER Associated Press

Senior living complex coming to north Tulsa

By ROBERT EVATT World Business Writer

Developers of Cherokee Meadows will break ground soon with a completion date of next year.

Week in review: Tulsa-area home sales fall

By Staff Reports


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