Real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for Feb. 8, 2020.
McAlister's Deli location to open in spring
The Saxton Group, an owner and operator of McAlister’s Deli restaurants, will open another location at 3221 Northwest Expressway in early spring.
The restaurant, under construction by Atkinson & Associates Builders, is 2,985 square feet and will seat up to 128 guests. It has a pick-up window for people to receive online orders without having to get out of their vehicle.
Dallas-based Saxton plans to hire 75 employees at the new restaurant, which will offer more than 100 items, including sandwiches, giant baked potatoes, entree salads, soups, desserts and McAlister’s Famous Sweet Tea.
Saxton has 84 McAlister's Deli locations, with 20 in Oklahoma, including 3525 W Memorial Road; 10440 S Western Ave., Suite A; 6224 SW 3; as well as in Edmond, Midwest City, and Yukon.
Property information available online
The Oklahoma County Assessor’s Office now has a link at okcoassessor.org to allow access to property information for every parcel of property in all of Oklahoma's 77 counties.
Go to okcoassessor.org, scroll down to "Statewide Parcel Data Now Available," and click on the video for an explanation of how to access the data. Then, scroll down and click on “Search Property Records,” then click on “Search Parcel Database,” then the yellow box that says “Search OKMaps.”
County Assessor Larry Stein said the data is available through the Oklahoma Office of Geographic Information and Oklahoma Conservation Commission from okmaps.org.
“The Oklahoma Office of Geographic Information is very excited to be partnering with the Oklahoma County Assessor’s Office to share a statewide database of parcel data from all of Oklahoma’s 77 counties. We are especially grateful to Property Records Preservation LLC for allowing us to provide this no-cost service to all of Oklahoma and beyond through our geospatial data clearinghouse, OKMaps,” said Sharp, state geographic information coordinator said.
$1.66M in HOME contracts approved
Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency trustees approved $1.66 million in Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) contracts during its January meeting.
The following received funding to build or rehabilitate affordable housing:
• HughesSpellings LLC received a contract to assist in the acquisition and rehabilitation of an 80-unit multifamily development in Idabel.
• Midwest Housing Initiatives (Jasmine Terrace II) received a grant to build two new rental homes in Cushing.
• Native American Housing Services Inc. received an award to build one new rental home in Harrah.
• Community Development Support Association Inc. received an award to purchase and remodel two houses for homebuyers in Enid, plus an administrative award.
• The city of Midwest City received an award that will provide homebuyer down-payment assistance to 40 families.