Grand Debut

Grand Debut

Grand Debut: Acclaimed Architect Rick Brown Unveils Ogden Codman, Jr. Inspired Beaux Arts Masterpiece in Oklahoma City with Record-Breaking Townhome Hitting the Market at 3.7M, Defining A New Era of Luxury Living in Oklahoma

Renowned architect Rick Brown of Architects Richard R. Brown Associates unveils his latest masterpiece, 6119 NW Grand Boulevard, heralding a new era of luxury living in Oklahoma. Priced at $3.7 million, this exclusive townhome, one of 15 in the new development called 6100 Grand, is inspired by Ogden Codman, Jr., stands as a testament to Brown's vision and craftsmanship. Featuring exquisite details such as three signed antique Baccarat chandeliers, Waterworks fixtures throughout, and two authentic antique fireplaces from French chateaus, this residence is a work of art in its own right. With amenities rivaling those of the most prestigious resorts, this development sets a new standard for upscale living in the heart of Oklahoma City.

Honoring a Legacy: The Inspiration Behind 6100 Grand

Codman, known for his collaboration with author Edith Wharton on The Decoration of Houses (1897), envisioned a grand community in New York City similar to what Brown has built. However, his dream was left unrealized because he could not get the land needed to build. Renowned American architect Rick Brown embarked on a journey to bring Codman's unfinished project to life in Oklahoma City. Brown, along with his wife Tracey, who own an original Codman Townhome in New York City, sought to recreate Codman's grand vision. Guided by Codman's principles of architectural harmony and proportion, Brown meticulously crafted 6100 Grand, paying homage to the past while embracing the future of luxury living.


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