TULSA -- The groundbreaking of a new mixed-use development on Cherry Street in midtown Tulsa was announced Tuesday.
The 28,000 square-foot development, 1515 Cherry Street, will include new retail, restaurants and loft apartments.
Demolition started just a few minutes ago on Cherry Street. The $9 million project site is the new home of Bruce G. Weber, Cyclebar, Store 5a, Sidecar and Loft apartments. More details tonight at 6! @KJRH2HD pic.twitter.com/o6mlxLoAcD
— Ashley Wheeler (@AWheelerKJRH) October 23, 2018
“We started this project back in April, when we purchased three adjacent buildings on Cherry Street, just west of St. Louis Avenue” said Duane Phillips, owner and developer of 1515 Cherry Street. “We are taking down all of the buildings, except the former La Madeleine restaurant, which will be fully renovated and will become the new home of Bruce G. Weber.”
Weber will be relocating from its longtime site in Utica Square.
Sidecar, from Oklahoma City-based Provision Concepts, will be a barley and wine bar located on the building's rooftop.
The owner's of nearby Roosevelt's plan to open a speakeasy in the building's basement, officials said.
The project will include 15 loft apartments with downtown views and balconies.
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