• Oklahoma's COOP Ale Works Wins RFP to Transform Guard Armory into Headquarters

    5 monthes ago - By Brewbound

    Oklahoma City-based COOP Ale Works today announced a $20 million project to revitalize the 23rd Street National Guard Armory and transform the vacated 87,000 sq. ft. space into a manufacturing brewery, restaurant, event space and boutique hotel.
    Following a 9-month request-for-proposal process, the state's Office of Management and Enterprise Services awarded COOP the 83-year-old art deco building, which was once headquarters for the 45th Division Infantry but was shuttered in 2010. The purchase price of the building is $600,000.
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