Old Trinity of Paseo, originally built-in 1842, was named a provincial historic site in her initial hometown of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. In 2001, the building was dismantled and trucked to Oklahoma where she was restored with all her grace and elegance to debut as the City's premier wedding and event center.
Old Trinity of Paseo is being marketed for sale as the real estate alone. The business, website and all the bells and whistles are available for sale separately. This is an incredible opportunity to snag one of the most unique properties in Oklahoma City.
Old Trinity of Paseo is located in The Paseo Arts District. The Paseo is very much so, a local enclave of entertainment, shopping, eateries and art. It is home to over 20 galleries and more than 80 vibrant artists all within walking distance of each other on the curved, two-block street that has maintained its Spanish Revival architecture with its original stucco buildings and clay roof tiles. Intermixed with the galleries are restaurants, art schools, boutiques and other businesses.
The Paseo hosts a monthly event known as First Friday, where galleries and shops stay open later than usual and live music a common feature. The district also hosts two major annual events, The Paseo Festival, which is going on its 44th year and OKC Open Streets. Each bring thousands of visitors, music, games and vendors.