There were a number of notable occurrences in the real estate world recently.
They include the listing of a Bricktown entertainment center, the sale of a house as part of a college fundraiser, the re-development of a 117,000-square-foot home decor store that used to house a Hobby Lobby, and more.
Here is a roundup of some real estate odds and ends.
The developer-owner of Brickopolis has put the property up for sale, but the mini golf course, laser tag, Klime Wall, bar, restaurant and bungee trampoline will go on: He will lease the place back from the buyer, his broker said, .
Chris Johnson’s USA Property Management has owned the property at 101 S Mickey Mantle Drive on the Bricktown Canal since before the three-story, 17,498-square-foot arcade was built in 2015. Offering it for sale — the asking price is $9 million — was a business decision, said broker Brent Holliday with Keller Williams Commercial.
“No hidden agenda,” he said, adding, “This property is in tremendous condition with lots of upside for new ownership.”
Jay Evans’ Two Structures Homes was able to donate more than $40,000 to the real estate program at the University of Central Oklahoma with the sale of Broncho House, an infill house at 1444 NE 10 built as a fundraiser.
Evans, a UCO alumnus who had already funded several real estate scholarships, bought the lot and built the home partly with UCO real estate students working as paid interns.
Evans worked on the idea with David Chapman,…