Developer Steve Mason purchased Yale Theater in 2016 with the vision to return it to its former glory as a hub of the Capitol Hill District.
For more than a decade, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber has organized a delegation from Oklahoma City to exhibit at the annual ICSC RECon conference in Las Vegas. With nearly two million square feet of exhibit space and 37,000 attendees, RECon is the largest retail conference in North America.
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.
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.
There is a distinctive neighborhood flavor to the newly remodeled Homeland grocery supermarket at Northwest 18th St. and North Classen Blvd. in Oklahoma City. It might be the “Welcome Friends, Locally Owned – Community Proud” sign that greets you as you enter the store.
There were no shortcuts in choosing just the right blend of coffee beans to brew at Oklahoma City-based Stella Nova coffee shops. Co-founder Kelli Lay and her team sampled scores of blends before they selected the perfect beans to serve Stella Nova customers.