A portion of the new Will Rogers Trail runs along the I-44 access road and intersects the gateway to The Windsor District, and will serve cyclists, joggers and walkers in the district neighborhoods.
Construction is underway for a new strip mall at 4825 NW 23rd Street.
Stay tuned for updates on what's to come in The W!
Here we grow again! Wendy's has opened in the Windsor Hills Shopping Center.
Watch for money-saving coupons sent in the mail to area residents.
We all win when we support the local business in The Windsor District.
MAPS3 Will Rogers Trail in The Windsor District
Streetscape Project is Nearly Complete!
The 23rd Street Bridge that spans I-44 is the last of the area overpasses to undergo major structural repairs by the
Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT).
The bridge will be open during construction, and caution
by drivers, cyclists and pedestrians is advised during the
duration of the project. Completion is slated for early 2018.
Landmark Recovery to convert former Fidelis property
To learn more about the MAPS3 Trails, and all of the other
MAPS 3 Projects, click here.
The third and final phase of the NW 23rd Street West Corridor
Streetscape Revitalization Project is nearing completion.
Plans are underway for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the beginning of an amazing transition in The Windsor District.
Watch for upcoming details!
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Landmark Recovery, an inpatient drug and alcohol treatment provider, has received rezoning approval from the City to convert the former Fidelis Assisted Living Center at 4825 NW 23rd Street which is currently vacant (SPUD-1020). Oklahoma City will be Landmark's second treatment facility, preceded by Landmark Recovery of Louisville, Kentucky which has been in operation for one year. Headquartered in Arizona, Landmark also operates senior living communities and currently has plans for its third drug and alcohol treatment center.
Background: Business owners/operators, property owners and residents within a quarter mile of the property received notice of this request, and when concerns for what this development would be, and how it might impact the area, The Windsor District coordinated with Landmark to hold a community meeting on Monday, October 30th at the NW Church of Christ Family Life Center.
The meeting was well attended. Many great questions were asked, answered and addressed. To review a recap of the October 30th public meeting, the application materials for this project (SPUD-1020), and a brochure about Landmark Recovery, please click the button below.
Windsor Hills Shopping Center Welcomes Wendy's
NW 23rd Street Bridge over I-44 Under Repair
New Strip Mall Development Underway