Special OKC Central Live Chat All-Stars Edition at 1:30 p.m. today
Today, I am with a who’s who in the development and planning community on a bus headed toward San Antonio hosted by the Urban Land Institute. We’ve got a long bus ride. The bus has electric outlets and free wi-fi. And we can talk to each other for so long. There will be live tweeting on this trip, so our hashtag will #ulisanan.
At 1:30 p.m. today (Thursday) this crowd has agreed to participate in a special OKC Central Live Chat. People can start posting comments and questions at 1 p.m. on NewsOK.com/Business, and the discussion will start at 1:30 p.m.
Those on the bus include:
Blair Humphreys and Todd Glass - developing Wheeler, a mix of housing, retail and civic development at the old Downtown Airpark along the Oklahoma River.
Ben Sellers, whose development included the Mesta Park building on NW 23 in Uptown an dis a co-developer of the Tower Theater
Jonathan Dodson, a former banker who is now working with both the Wheeler and Tower Theater developments.
Chad Huntington former director of the Automobile Alley Association and manager of the Bricktown Water Taxis.
Mallory O’Neill, director of the Bricktown Association
Joe Hudson, Downtown Oklahoma City Inc.
David Wanzer, developer of the Tower Theater and the Main Street Arcade
Steve Mason, developer of Ninth Street and along the 16th Street Plaza District
Reeve Tarron, banker, Legacy Bank
Aman Aggarwal, part of the ownership group on Sycamore Square and Bricktown’s Glass and Confectionary Buildings.
Cameron Brewer, Downtown Oklahoma City
Louisa Brewer, Allied Arts
MacKenzie Brewer, Bason Ridge Investments
Scott Dedmon, architect with ADG
Anna Grider, planning consultant
Tyler Holmes, architect, TAP
Larry Hopper, EMBARK
Richard McKown, developer of The Level apartments, Mosaic Apartments and OK Sea in Deep Deuce.
Ellen Weber Stevens, engineering consultant
Jeff and Aimee Struble, veteran developers along the 16th Street Plaza District.