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Bricktown: OKC’s Premiere 24/7 Entertainment Area

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: February 19, 2019

Continuing with our look at Oklahoma City’s various districts, this week’s focus is on Bricktown

Now proclaimed by many to be OKC’s premiere entertainment area, Bricktown is a former warehouse district that is just a short walk to the east of downtown OKC hotels, event venues and dining options.  In addition, at Bricktown’s northern border, historic Deep Deuce offers even more terrific nightlife and eating opportunities.

A favorite destination of locals and visitors alike, Bricktown offers family-friendly recreation in the form of cruises along the Bricktown Canal, watching the Oklahoma City Dodgers play at the Chickasaw Bricktown Baseball Ballpark, viewing movies at Harkins Theatre, and enjoying the laser tag, miniature golf and arcade games available at Brickopolis Entertainment.

More adult night-on-the-town options include the rock-and-roll dueling pianos at Michael Murphy’s, which is an equal parts comedy and concert venue. Additional bar and nightlife options abound.

In fact, some 50 square blocks in size with true 24/7 attractions, Bricktown is home to more than 45 restaurants, bars and retail shops.  Galleries, businesses, educational institutions, housing, and—in the summer—an urban beach are located here too.

Home of an annual arts festival in mid-July, Bricktown additionally contains a number of permanent murals and public sculptures, including the Centennial Land Run Monument, a large bronze sculpture created by Paul Moore. A commemoration of Oklahoma’s Land Run of 1889, this monument is located at the south end of the Bricktown Canal and the area surrounding it is now a city park that is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with no admission fee.

Bricktown Water Taxis offer the perfect way to tour the area. The mile-long, 40-minute trip extends from the eastern edge of downtown to the northern edge of the Oklahoma River. Taxi crew members narrate points of interest along the way, in addition to discussing the unique history and culture of the district.

Next, as our OKC-districts series continues, we’ll take an in-depth look at historic Deep Deuce.



Do Awards Really Matter?

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: February 15, 2019

What does Ideal Homes have in common with John Legend, Whoopi Goldberg, and Audrey Hepbern? These performers have all won the Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony (EGOT) Awards. Ideal Homes has also won our industry’s version of the EGOT – The National Housing Quality Gold Award, America’s Best Builder, and National Builder of the Year.

So what does all that mean for home buyers? It means that national industry experts have recognized us for the way we build our homes and our building process so that you can have peace of mind.

When it comes to finding a new home, we know you don’t start out by saying, “Which builder has won the most awards?”  Things like location and price matter most.  But you are not going to make a larger investment in your lifetime than the homes you live in.  Isn’t nice to know that you can build your dream home with a company that has been nationally recognized for our commitment to quality and our dedication to customer service? That’s what you get with Ideal Homes.

So it’s worth taking a look at our story and our accolades because they can tell you a lot about our values here at Ideal Homes. Ready to learn more, contact Elena for quick answers or to schedule a tour.