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The race is on for one Oklahoma City development group to complete their Centennial on the Canal loft and retail project so tenants can occupy the sold-out residential units before Oklahoma’s centennial year passes.

Work on the Centennial project began last August, and developer Randy Hogan hopes to have the retail areas open by November with residential tenants moving in by Christmas.

The nearly $15 million, 80,000-square-foot project, which stands alone in Lower Bricktown housing, sits south of Reno Avenue and runs next to one portion of the Bricktown Canal.

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