The Icehouse District in Edmond, Oklahoma takes its name from the former Edmond Ice Company that once stood on the site. The original Icehouse building was constructed in 1909, followed by the Creamery building in 1921. The Icehouse is no longer standing but the current site includes the old Creamery building and associated stables, and three pre-engineered metal buildings.

The new Icehouse District will stitches together the the renovated old Creamery building and other existing structures with a series of walkways and landscaped courtyards, creating a new, cohesive piece of city.

The historic Creamery building has been restored and extended, with a new extension to the north east of the building expanding the floorplate. The stable building has been refurbished and repurposed as an event space with a small catering kitchen and private courtyard. The existing metal structures have also been refurbished and extended by covered patio spaces which face onto the main courtyard. These newly renovated buildings now house a mix of food and beverage concepts, including—in a circular connection to the site’s original use—an ice cream parlour. 

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Edmond Icehouse LLC

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