By EMILY RAMSEY
SUBSTANTIAL DEVELOPMENT: A rendering of the latest project announced for the Rose District: an $18 million mixed-use development that will include commercial and residential elements.
A new mixed-use project for downtown Broken Arrow, the largest development project to date in the Rose District, was announced in August by Broken Arrow city and chamber of commerce officials.
The $18 million development will sit at 305 N. Main St. on the site of the previously-demolished Assembly of God Church. The project will be 120,000 square feet, with 31,000 square feet of commercial office and retail space located on the first floor and approximately 90 residential units on floors 2-4. There will also be dedicated parking.
Construction is expected to begin in spring 2018, with the project being completed in one year.
The City of Broken Arrow will use Vision 2025 surplus dollars to fund the northern extension of Main Street’s streetscaping design to stretch to Elgin Street in front of the coming development.