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DOWNTOWN HOME TOUR

DOWNTOWN HOME TOUR
SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 12PM-4PM

UPDATE: ALL TICKETS SOLD OUT
Due to the overwhelming response to the event and the limited timeframe, no more free tickets will be released. Eventbrite tickets are not required to enter each property, but are required for free OKC Streetcar rides.

On Sunday, August 8th from 12pm to 4pm, Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership and the Business Improvement District will host the 2021 Downtown Home Tour to provide a glimpse of what it’s like to live in the heart of Oklahoma City. The tour will showcase a variety of residential properties. Those looking to rent, buy, or just interested in the downtown lifestyle are invited to attend.  Tours are self-guided and guests may begin at any participating location.

You may begin your tour at any participating location. Please register in advance on Eventbrite to help us estimate how many people will be attending.

We are excited to partner with Embark for this year’s tour! Attendees can present their physical or digital Eventbrite ticket to receive free rides on the OKC Streetcar as they travel from one location to the next.

2021 Downtown Home Tour Booklet
Map

2021 Downtown Home Tour Properties:

Block 42 – 223 NE 4th St
Block 42’s community of townhomes and flats in Automobile Alley each feature a private balcony or rooftop deck as well as a private garage. It was the first official LEED certified project in downtown Oklahoma City, translating to improved indoor air quality, lower monthly utilities expenses, and better quality of life for all residents.

The Bower – 641 NW 4th St
With only thirty-two homes, The Bower offers the perfect blend of luxury living and a comforting lifestyle. Its apartments feature spacious floorplans, distinct community amenities, designer finishes, and a prime location just outside of City Center.
Virtual Tour

The Civic OKC – 627 Couch Dr, #N11
The Civic is a visionary residential condominium community of walk-ups and flats in the downtown Arts District. Its two buildings, comprising thirty-four homes, feel tucked away and idyllic while being in the center of the urban core.

The Hill at Bricktown – 418 NE 1st Ter
The Hill at Bricktown combines the privacy of a hometown neighborhood with unique amenities and amazing views of the downtown skyline. Its unsurpassed location allows easy access to the downtown core, Innovation District, State Capitol, and more.
Virtual Tour

The Maywood Apartments – 100 NE 4th St
The Maywood Apartments, located in the historic Deep Deuce District, offer multiple floor plans, highly sought amenities, and luxury indoor features. There is plenty to explore and experience with world-class dining, exciting entertainment, and local shopping just minutes away.
Virtual Tour
Virtual Tour – Clubhouse

Steelyard Apartments – 505 E Sheridan Ave
The modern Steelyard Apartments in Bricktown are ideally located to all that the district has to offer. Its one-, two-, and three-bedroom units are elegantly designed with immaculate open-concept living spaces and plenty of amenities.
Virtual Tour

Villa Teresa Residences –  1327 N Dewey Ave
In the center of the city, Villa Teresa is a reimagined Midtown residence, providing a mix of the mellow and the metropolitan. Its tri-level homes and fashionable flats offer contemporary architecture, timeless design, and a balance of active social scenes and solitude.

 More Home Tour Details:

  • Keep your mask handy! Masks are recommended when indoors. We’ll have a limited supply of disposable masks available at each property.
  • Riding the OKC Streetcar? Get realtime information on where the OKC Streetcar is at realtime.okcstreetcar.com. Show your Eventbrite ticket (printed or digital) to a fare inspector if asked. Masks are required on all public transit. Federal law requires transit passengers to wear a mask while using services, including vehicles, stops / platforms, and facilities.
  • Looking for parking? On-street parking is available throughout downtown. Meters do not need to paid on the weekend. Visit ParkingOKC.com for a list of public parking garages.
  • Help us keep the dirt outside. Some locations may ask you to remove your shoes or wear shoe covers.

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