Owasso Commissioners Approve Albertsons Split

Owasso planning commissioners have approved a lot split on property once occupied by Albertsons, enabling the development of a new grocer at the 86th Street North location.
Chelsea Harkins, Owasso economic development director, said two “major players” were to occupy the vacant space. A major announcement would be made within two weeks of the June 12 Owasso Economic Development meeting, she said.
To date, no announcement has been made, but planning commissioners were presented detailed drawings of how the lots would be split during a recent meeting.
“The purpose of the lot split is to facilitate the sale of the tracts to individual parities and to be developed with future commercial uses,” Larissa Darnaby, city planner, wrote in her recommendation to the commission.
One tract will contain 39,511 SF, the other 16,578 SF.
The first tract will include the old Albertsons building going north to 86th Street and will include the convenience store at the corner of 129th East Avenue and 86th Street North.



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