The designs for the final 30 acres of Scissortail Park are being reviewed. The lower park will open in spring 2022.
In addition to virtual networking, learn about the projects shaping Oklahoma City's skyline, including information about First National Center, BancFirst Tower, the recent purchase of SandRidge Energy's headquarters and more.
The Curbside Chronicle, a program of the Homeless Alliance, will open a full-service flower shop Curbside Flowers at 522 N. Classen Blvd. this August. The building will also house a classroom for Sasquatch Shaved Ice. An apparel program will join the other entities in the near future.
Tall buildings, a canal and plenty of cool restaurants, downtown is where everything’s waiting for you. Learn what the district has to offer and make plans to visit.
From demolition to glass replacement, there’s plenty happening at the BancFirst Tower site. More than 400 employees will move into the building by July 2021.
Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership and the Automobile Alley Association curated art pieces for the district’s alley doors. The images will be installed by July.
The school has expanded as its student population has grown in both age and size. A private fundraising effort is under way to help complete needed renovations to the McAlpine Center.
Pedal boats, a Farmers Market and a tropical conservatory are just a few reasons to head downtown and check out the luscious Scissortail Park and Myriad Gardens. See what is currently available to do and what’s to reopen soon at these downtown oases.