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Progress in Downtown Owasso

SEVEN6MAIN: Area stakeholders participate in the recent groundbreaking for Seven6Main, a mixed-use building to be located at 76th Street North and Main Street. Owasso Chamber of Commerce President Gary Akin, pictured in the foreground, has been named one of Greater Tulsa Reporter’s 10 to Watch in Greater Tulsa.

Construction is moving forward on both mixed-use structures located in downtown Owasso’s Redbud District.

In November, the Owasso Chamber of Commerce held a ground-breaking ceremony for Seven6Main, to be located at the southeast corner of 76th Street North and Main Street.
The building is planned to be 41,000 square feet and three stories with restaurants, retail and apartments.

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Further north along Main Street, construction is moving forward on two mixed-use structures at the corner of First and Main streets by Steve and Renee Mowery, owners of Mowery Funeral Services and The Suites at Bella Dea.

The buildings will offer studio and one-and-two-bedroom lofts and first-floor restaurants and retail.

Due to Owasso’s continued commercial and residential growth as well as its increasing focus on downtown, Chamber President Gary Akin, pictured at right at the groundbreaking, has been named one of Greater Tulsa Reporter’s 10 to Watch in Greater Tulsa. (See pages 4,5 for more details.)

Akin’s efforts championing the city coupled with the City of Owasso’s efforts are, no doubt, a major reason for the city’s persistent success.

Updated 02-01-2018

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