The McKinney Partnership Architects, working as developer and architect, recognized a need for a traditional infill project neighboring the University of Oklahoma. The desire for a secure enclosure around a collection of homes that blended naturally with the surrounding matured neighborhoods was equally important.
This new neighborhood reflects the warmth and comfortable detailing of early nineteenth century homes featuring bungalow, mission revival, art and crafts, and shingle styles. Dry-stacked cobblestone entry walls, mission style entry gates, and casual landscaping all welcome you into this tightly knit enclave of finely detailed period style residences. Environmentally conscious design led to two of the homes receiving LEED certification.
2,600 – 3,750 SF
Two homes received LEED Certification