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.
When you become a Chamber member, you’re benefiting yourself, your business and its employees and ultimately you’re benefiting OKC as a whole. You may be thinking that this is a pretty bold claim—how could a Chamber membership possibly have benefits on such a scale? Let us explain.
As we move toward the launch of the OKC Streetcar and usher in an exciting new era of public transit in Oklahoma City, let’s take a moment to examine the positive effects strategic, multi-modal transportation investments have had on company and employee recruitment.
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act established the creation of Opportunity Zones to encourage long-term investments to help revitalize areas with lower median incomes.
New facility will bring jobs downtown.
Ward 7 Oklahoma City Councilwoman Nikki Nice is hosting a community forum for residents to learn about development programs in Oklahoma City.
What will it take for this sector to soar?