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OKG Newsletter

Topic: market analysis

Weighing what’s important downtown

OKC city council votes to see whether a convention center hotel is necessary before proceeding further.


Tim Farley
Financing a convention center hotel in downtown Oklahoma City isn’t as important as discovering if one is actually needed. That was the consensus of the city council June 11 when it rejected a proposal to pay a financial management company an extra $100,000 on delivering financing options for a would-be convention center hotel. That firm, Chicago-based Public Financial Management, is under contract for other city projects.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013