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May 11, 2014

Moore and South Oklahoma City ready for new multi-family homes grand opening

NORMAN — Traditions at Westmoore, a new 160-unit multi-family living experience in South Oklahoma City, will celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony from 4 to 7 p.m. on May 12.

Location is one of the many amenities that Traditions at Westmoore offers to South Oklahoma City and Moore. The Traditions community is located among one of the top Oklahoma City Metro School Districts, Moore, and provides the ultimate convenience to students and families in west Moore by sharing a border with Westmoore High School.

Traditions at Westmoore provides a uniquely personalized level of detail for clients and will bode such amenities as a clubhouse with free internet and adequate space for co-working environment, a dedicated outdoor yoga lawn for classes or individual practice, pool and a cardio theater supported by the newest technology that brings media and cardio to one place.

Traditions at Westmoore was designed from day one to be a unique living experience for clients in the south Oklahoma City and Moore communities. In designing the community, the intent was to provide an intimate community experience which balances individuality and uniqueness with a strong sense of place. 

A rich variety of buildings are arranged artfully among the 11-acre grounds to frame meaningful outdoor spaces, such as a central green and a series of landscaped courtyards. Exterior color palates have been selected that reinforce the authenticity and simplicity of the architecture. 

Traditions at Westmoore features twelve different floor plans, all with sizable private balconies to maximize the individual outdoor living experience. 

Interiors are open and refreshing to enhance the living experience and create an area where home is a place for restoration.

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