VeloCity recently got a chance to speak with developer Steve Mason about his work in Automobile Alley, the Plaza District, recruiting and retaining employees and more.
Whether you consider yourself a shopping aficionado or not, there is no question that the retail offerings of a community have an impact on its quality of life.
When you combine our low unemployment rate with a low cost living, people simply have more buying power. And that makes Oklahoma City a great place for retailers to thrive.
When we say that retail is successful in Oklahoma City, don’t just take it from us! Stores representing all sizes and specialties are speaking up about their Oklahoma City experience (spoiler alert: it’s good).
Tuesday evenings from May 14 through June 11, live music on four rooftop patios promise a lively happy hour (or three).
With the goal to further retail success—and boost the city’s sales tax collections—a delegation from the Chamber and the City of Oklahoma City will attend the International Council of Shopping Centers’ RECon conference May 19-22 to connect with more than 36,000 retailers, business owners and developers.
On May 16, retail giant Costco will officially open their first store in the Oklahoma City market.
A shopping trip to Oklahoma City’s Classen Curve can be such an unexpected delight that you will come away with a one-word description of the experience: unique.