A backyard spanning 80-acres
Liberty Creek Village Set To Open May 2021
July 22, 2020
OKLAHOMA CITY – Gardner Tanenbaum development announces Liberty Creek Village, a luxury living community near Tinker Air Force Base.
Gardner Tanenbaum is a longtime supporter and investor in the growth around Tinker Air Force Base and is nearly complete with the construction of a 516-unit multi-family residence in the area. The complex is intended to support the growth near Tinker Air Force Base, and to provide a luxury living option for the needs of current and future employees.
The development sits off Sooner Road and Interstate 240. The 45-building complex is set on 80-acres, has a water feature that spans the length of the development, and is secluded behind a wrapping line of trees. Every unit features an attached garage, floor-to-ceiling windows, stainless steel appliances, and quartz countertops. Two clubhouses with resort-style pools adorn the grounds, complemented by patio pubs, bark parks, walking trails, and easy highway access.
“I’ve owned this land for a few years and I’ve been waiting for all the pieces to fall into place,” Tanenbaum said.
Those pieces include the city-county-Air Force joint purchase of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway land and the GM facility, where the KC-46A Pegasus maintenance facility is operated. Additionally, the Air Force’s new B-21 Stealth Raider, which will be maintained at Tinker, is important to the project. Tanenbaum has developed a range of commercial properties in the area, including the Boeing Campus, L-3 Communications, and two facilities for Northrup Grumman.
The on-base housing is also about 10 years old. A feasibility study conducted by the Gardner Tanenbaum team showed a daily average commute of 8,500 people. Planning for the complex began in 2015, and construction is expected to be complete this year.
Rents at Liberty Creek Village will average $1,100 per unit. Because GTH manages its properties, it is able to keep an eye on what amenities people like,” said Cindy Murillo, Gardner Tanenbaum COO.
“We rarely lose someone because they’re unhappy with the community,” Tanenbaum said. “We like the cash flow, but we like keeping our residents.”