A new urban enclave
A new neighborhood is springing up on the site of Oklahoma City's beloved Villa Teresa campus. Contemporary flats and tri-level, townhomes will soon welcome new homeowners. Located on a quiet, tree-lined street, this urban enclave is minutes away from downtown, the medical community, and other energetic urban districts.
These are the grounds of the former Carmelite Convent, and their Catholic grade school. The Villa Teresa site is one of the most beloved collection of buildings in Oklahoma City.
Situated at the intersection of Classen Drive and Dewey Avenue, the apex of Oklahoma City's Midtown district, this community offers close proximity to many of OKC's most popular destinations, while offering an unexpected park-like sanctuary. Thousands of people attended school, or sent their children or grandchildren to Villa Teresa. The sisters faithfully served this community for decades.
The Villa Teresa redevelopment plans include for-sale residences and a boutique hotel.
PHASE NO. 1 - DEWEY TOWNHOMES & CLASSEN FLATS
In phase one, we envision a tree-lined street of modern two and three bedroom townhouses and flats running along Dewey Avenue, and focused on the downtown skyline.
phase no.2 - Lowrey House & Schoolhouse Flats
Along Classen Drive, the historic Lowrey House will be converted into two condominiums. Also part of phase two, the school building will be converted into eleven flats, ranging from 774 sq. ft. to 1281 sq. ft.
Also planned is the renovation of the historic convent and Anderson house into a boutique hotel. Along with hotel guests, homeowners will have access to amenities such as 24-hour concierge service, health spa, gym, and pool.
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