Recently, members of the OKC News Bureau were treated to a tour of the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum complex, which will be resuming construction in April and aiming for a grand opening in the spring of 2021.
To kick off the 2019 Chamber Forum series, we’ll be dedicating this first forum to discussing opportunity zones in OKC.
Earlier this month, a delegation from the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber went to New York City to spread the good word about Oklahoma City retail at the ICSC New York Deal Making conference.
Ward 7 Oklahoma City Councilwoman Nikki Nice is hosting a community forum for residents to learn about development programs in Oklahoma City.
Two words perfectly describe the Chisholm Creek mixed use development in far northwest Oklahoma City. Experiential. Placemaking.
Learn more about OKC's fastest-growing Metro 50 winner, SJ Innovations.
The Black Scintilla, a women’s boutique at 1112 N. Walker Ave., might be Ground Zero in Oklahoma City’s Midtown district for an emerging retailing concept known as “experiential” shopping.
The property was historically a farm owned by Dean A. McGee, the late geologist, civic leader and philanthropist. The area, west of Portland Avenue along Bluff Creek between NW 150th and NW 164th streets, is named for a beautiful, solitary oak tree.