Client

The Forum

Project Type

Mixed-Use Revitalization

Location

Oklahoma City, OK

Area

11 Units – Owner Occupied

Roles

Architecture
Interior Design

Status

Complete

701 Hudson

A legacy infill building leads the way for a Downtown's residential revitalization.

After much of Downtown Oklahoma City’s historic stock of buildings were razed in the 1970s and subsequently left vacant during the economic downturn, urban planners have long dreamt of a way to revitalize and re-imagine these lots.

701 Hudson answered the call, with a true legacy creative infill project, turning back the hands of time while creating an impeccably built, architecturally significant new structure.

From the outset, the project was a true collaboration between developer, architect, and builder. Blonde brick and white maple carries throughout the elevated selections, while a custom-built furniture and millwork package provides a first-of-its-kind luxury residential option in the Downtown market. The completed project commanded attention and a new precedent-setting price point, thus cementing the new foundation for Downtown OKC’s residential renaissance.

Credits

Construction

Brent Swift

Photography

Kennon Bryce
Timothy Hursley

Gardner Project Team

Project Manager

Josh Perez

Senior Architect

Dennis Hairston

Studio Director

Zack Woods

Principal

Jeremy Gardner