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Old Posted Feb 12, 2017, 6:37 AM
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Question OKLAHOMA CITY | Renaissance Bricktown | FT | 10 FLOORS

Oklahoma City's Bricktown set to get its first full-service hotel




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Tulsa hotelier Andy Patel is preparing to start construction later this year on the 10-story, 182-room Renaissance Hotel on a surface parking lot at the southeast corner of Sheridan and Oklahoma Avenues.
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“I'm very optimistic the economy is coming back,” Patel said. “Oklahoma City also doesn't rely only on oil anymore. It's diversified. And travelers are making downtown their first choice on where to stay.”
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10 stories? Is this really deserving of it's own thread? Not that I really care, but you look at the main page and it's like, 'one of these things is not like the other!'
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Is this really deserving of it's own thread?
The Hudson in Houston has its own thread.

It's proposed at 11 floors.
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