Jenks Ready for THRIVE: ERC Companies broke ground on December 8, 2015
Owner Rob Coleman Responds to Mayor Dunkerley's Congratulatory Remarks at Thrive Groundbreaking
THRIVE, a new urban lifestyle experience in Downtown Jenks, broke ground at 11:00 am on December 8th. Located between East Aquarium Place and Aquarium Drive in downtown Jenks.
Capitalizing on the vibrancy and connectivity of downtown Jenks, the THRIVE experience promises to immerse dwellers in an urban environment with access to specialized concierge services and special events, as well as being located within walking and bicycling distance to parks, dining, shops and entertainment.
“We have a unique opportunity to establish THRIVE as an urban lifestyle brand that is fanatical about the experience of our clients”, Rob Coleman, owner and CEO of ERC Companies.
With 168 living spaces from 616 to 1,100 square feet and ground floor parking garages, the three story red brick building is a natural fit with the existing architecture in downtown Jenks.
“THRIVE will undoubtedly serve as an attraction to residents looking for connectivity, energy and a great place to call home”, Josh Driskell, President Jenks Chamber of Commerce.
“THRIVE Jenks brings residential living to Village on Main- where a strollable lifestyle is within easy walkability to Riverwalk, the Oklahoma Aquarium Riverfront, and the Arts and Antiques District in Downtown Jenks. We look forward to growing our vision of waterfront living”, Mayor Kelley Dunkerley. Both Mayor Dunkerley of Jenks and Rob Coleman, owner and CEO of ERC Companies, plan on addressing the audience during the brief groundbreaking ceremony.
ABOUT ERC Companies: The downtown THRIVE: Jenks location is the second development in a series of new projects launched by ERC, which has been building single family and multi-family residential properties in the South and Midwest since 1957. The company is undergoing a significant transformation in its overall building portfolio by focusing on developing unique living experiences that integrate both community and client needs, and highlighting local products and partners where available.
Owner Rob Coleman breaks ground with Mayor Kelley Dunkerley (center) and Councilman Bob Summers (far left) along with Chamber and City staffers and Erc company representatives at the Thrive Jenks Groundbreaking on December 8, 2015.