Development is at the heart of OKC's economy: it brings new businesses, helps the economy, sets OKC apart from other cities and more.
People in Oklahoma City will be offered a chance to purchase flowers for their loved ones this Valentine’s Day while also supporting people who are working their way out of homelessness. The Curbside Chronicle is creating flower bouquets that will be made and sold by vendors who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness.
The 36-room hotel property at NW 38th Street and Classen Avenue is looking forward to welcoming visitors. The property is also home to Quincy's Bake Shop in the basement.
Bar K will be the first commercial development in the Boathouse District, opening early 2021. It will sit on the north side of Riversport Rapids.
Gardner Architects told the story of the EastPoint Project and won the National AIA film contest. The firm plans to use some of the prize money to start a scholarship for design students from the city's northeast side.
Designed by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, the 27,000-square-foot three-story building will have a 9,000-squrae-foot retail space on the first floor and office space on the second and third floor, each also measuring 9,000 square feet. The new mixed-use building is one of several exciting construction projects underway in the district.
“The strength of Oklahoma City is that we have a bunch of people all focused on the same vision," said Marc Jones, Homeland's president and CEO.