Living options in OKC's Chisholm Creek will grow with new apartment complex
Article Written by Richard Mize
More "live" is coming to the "live-work-play" lifestyle promoted by Chisholm Creek in north Oklahoma City.
Billed as "Oklahoma's first mixed-use development" and "an all-in-one community where residents can work, shop, dine and play without leaving the complex," Chisholm Creek will see construction start in June on a 240-unit luxury apartment complex — as yet unnamed.
Rockwood Capital, a Dallas-based, family-owned firm that focuses on multifamily development and acquisitions, will develop the apartments at Chisholm Creek, southwest of N Western Avenue and Kilpatrick Turnpike.
The apartments will be in three four-story buildings at the southeast corner of Highland Park Drive and Pawnee Drive, just west of the Top Golf parking lot, said Whitney Rainbolt, chief marketing officer for Medallion Group, developer of Chisholm Creek. In addition to a 5,500-square-foot amenity center, there will be a fitness center, clubhouse and lounge. Other amenities will include a resort-style pool, indoor-outdoor cabana, as well as outdoor courtyard and green space, she said.
It will be the first Oklahoma City project by Rockwood Capital, which has been in business since 1991.
“We are excited to have an opportunity to be a part of Oklahoma City and the Chisholm Creek planned development. The Medallion Group has done an incredible job creating a live-work-play environment, and (it) will be a great location for our future residents,” said Will Smith, vice president of development.
The new construction will add substantially to living options at Chisholm Creek, joining Argon Apartments, 13600 N Blackwelder Ave.
Chisholm Creek, which broke ground in 2014, also includes three-story Tract 30, with restaurants, retailers and office space; and The Point, with restaurants, recreation, entertainment and shopping.
Most recently, Chisholm Creek added Red Solo Pup, a combination dog park and restaurant concept from Oklahoma City native Julianne Thomas, to open this spring.
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"Two years ago, our five-year-old dog, Solo, unexpectedly passed away,” Thomas said in a news release. “His death was an unfortunate reminder that life is short, and we should be spending as much time as possible with loved ones — dogs included. Dogs are family, and our goal with the concept is to bring Oklahoma City families together in a way that’s never been possible before.”