The development, which includes The Jones Assembly restaurant and music venue, is being led by the Hall family at the 100-year-old Ford Model T assembly plant at 900 W Main. 

The project is designed by Dallas-based Arrive and will be built by local contractor CMS Willowbrook. The development will include 345 residences, 9,000 square feet of commercial space and 805 structured parking spaces. Another 66 curbside parking spaces will be added throughout the development.

Development of the sprawling former auto assembly property followed years of spurned attempts by various parties to buy the plant from the Hall family. Speaking to Oklahoma City Rotary Club 29 on Tuesday, Hall said he promised his grandfather not to sell what the automotive pioneer called the family’s “Camelot.”

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  • Rick says:

    Will this be on slab or podium?
    It looks like a total of 5 stories, is that correct?

  • Rick- the project as a whole consists of (4) buildings. Of those, (1) building has a 2-story Podium, with wood frame above, (1) building is 3-stories of wood frame on podium, (2) buildings are 5-stories FR wood framing, on slab, with multi-level parking structures directly adjacent to the buildings.

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