The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is encouraging residents to take pride in their community and rally together to save small businesses during the upcoming holiday season.
To make Lights On Broadway as safe as possible and decrease sidewalk and in-store congestion, the event will span four Saturdays: Nov. 21, Nov. 28, Dec. 5, and Dec. 12.
BancFirst is excited to be making such a substantial investment in downtown. The company bought its new HQ building in 2018, putting a massive renovation effort into action soon after that will bring one of OKCís tallest landmarks back to prominence.
Citizens Bank of Edmond and the Independent Shopkeepers Association are teaming up to help spur economic growth for Oklahomaís entrepreneurs and small business owners. Applications are open until Oct. 30.
The Civic Center Music Hallís main lobby is getting renovated to make it a more open space. A 4,500-square-foot addition will create a new entrance and lobby for the Freede Little Theatre.
By the end of 2021, northwest Oklahoma City residents will be able to safely cross NW Expressway without worrying about traffic. The project includes one-quarter mile of new trail and a bridge with ramps and stairs.
While 2020 has not been kind to retail, Chisholm Creek has been able to expand its square footage with its newest addition, The Shops at Market Street, and added several new concepts to its dining and retail offerings.
A team from Bar K popped up in the Boathouse District on Oct. 3 as part of RIVERSPORT's Outdoors in October events. BarK Co-owner and Partner David Hensley said he's excited about the spot in Oklahoma City.