No delays, Oklahoma City's Wheeler District is coming in for a landing at 'urbanism at its best'
The Wheeler District took off on time and — five years in — is on schedule.
Totally fitting for a neighborhood arising from the old airpark just south of downtown.
Developer Blair Humphreys started this from-the-ground-up demonstration of new urbanism with a stakeholder charrette, an intense design collaboration, in 2014. The five-year vision that emerged was "a small and growing neighborhood."
Done, in 2019. It's 2020. With the builder, Wheeler Home, almost finished with Phase 1 and about to launch Phase 2, here's what planners and promoters say to expect in five more years: "a complete district."
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