Midtown’s recent resurgence has made the district a prime destination for living, dining, and entertainment. It only makes sense to continue investing in the area and contribute to the already succeeding neighborhood. The urban redevelopment project located at the northeast corner of NW 11th Street and Hudson Avenue will introduce: the district’s first local brewery, Elk Valley Brewing; Hudson Street Market, a cooperative market that will house small specialty retail shops and restaurants; and the offices for Resolution Legal Group. As the area continues to grow with the addition of new businesses and several stops for the the upcoming OKC Streetcar, this project will play an active role in developing and implementing programming and marketing designed to increase commercial activity in the district.
Resolution Legal Group aims to be partners in their client’s business, not gatekeepers, roadblocks, or overlords, and a firm that is always looking for creative resolutions. After being located in Bricktown for almost a decade and with further growth on the horizon, they are excited to move to their new 12,790 square foot location in Midtown.
Hudson Street Market:
The Market covers 7,000 square feet and will accommodate 25 vendors. 3-4 vendors will be anchor-style, requiring the infrastructure of a small restaurant. The remainder will be kiosks floating in the center of barrel-vaulted space. The primary dining area will be the outdoor patio with overflow dining at the second level overlooking the Hall.
Elk Valley Brewing:
The new brewhouse will provide nearly 3,900 square feet of operating space, giving Elk Valley enough room to quadruple their current output in the first year. The increased capacity will allow for commercially available amounts of beers that have only been one-off or special releases. The attached taproom will cover 940-sq-ft and feature 16 taps, including non-alcoholic beverages like custom-brewed sodas to accommodate families.
Project Type: Historic Renovation, New Construction, Office, Retail
Size: 28,000 SF retail and office space
Developer: Pivot Project
Architect: Alfred Hall Monaghan Morris