Town of Owasso announces two major neighborhood projects | New
“To be able to go to dinner on foot, to have different choices of restaurants, [being] able to walk to the grocery store, walk to the gym, walk to other personal services – that’s a really unique type of development, âhe said.
The houses in Project 140 will be built in two separate stages – around 60 houses in Zone A and around 400 houses in Zone B. The neighborhood will include amenities such as a swimming pool or wading pool, a lake or two with several walking paths. , fishing docks, a club house, playgrounds, and more.
âWe’re seeing a lot of new types of residential development that are really exciting for us – seeing things that have a little different footprint, closed streets, private neighborhoods,â Stephenson said. âWe are delighted to see our lot inventory fill up again. “
The director said the town of Owasso builds around 200 to 250 lots per year, which in turn brings about 1,000 new residents to the Owasso area each year.
He added that other developments are underway, including Abbott Farms next to the Owasso Sports Park complex, in 170 homes; Morrow Place, 116th to 126th, just east of 129th, at 300 homes; and Summerset on 96th St., in 50 new homes; as well as other types of residential housing in or near downtown over the next few years.
âWe won’t be slowing down anytime soon, that’s for sure,â Stephenson said. âFortunately, our city leaders have had the foresight to expand infrastructure to enable growthâ¦ which allows us to be one of the fastest growing communities in the region. As these buildings develop, we are just delighted to meet our new neighbors.