Renaissance Construction plans to build 21East, a 13-unit upscale urban town home project designed for “the sophisticated homeowner,” at 21st and Main Streets.
Renaissance, a division of the Coury Group, 7134 S. Yale Ave., Ste. 300, expects to begin construction on the homes in the next 3-4 months.
Featuring a view of the downtown skyline, open living spaces, expansive glass fronts and contemporary finishes, fixtures and appliances, the two- and three-level homes range from 2,147-2,794 SF at $450,000-618,000.
Tulsa developer and founder of Coury Properties, Inc., Paul Coury said the project will “set the standard for luxury town homes in Tulsa.
Rennaissance is a collaboration of Coury, builder Paul Burgard, Barry Burgard, John Murphy and Doug Stoermer. The firm’s project includes The Tudors I and II, Balmoral, The Grottos at Grand Lake and numerous custom homes.
21East promotional materials promise “a level of quality never before seen in Tulsa contemporary housing, these designs will stand the test of time. Integrating high end materials with high end technology, this project will provide an exemplary living experience.”
Architects are Joel Collins and Stan Espinosa of The Tulsa Design Group, 1645 S. Boston Ave. Other projects designed by the group include Victory Energy in Collinsville and the Kicker Stereo Systems corporate headquarters, visitors center and museum in Stilwater.
21East is being represented by Martin Newman, Walter &Associates, Inc., and Heather McGraw, McGraw Realtors.