OKCís Classen Curve offers unique retail experience on iconic boulevard
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.
Classen Curve is unique in its design as a retail shopping center, multiple, single-story buildings built on the curve of an iconic Oklahoma City boulevard.
Classen Curve’s mix of local and national tenants is unique because most of them are one-of-a-kind for the city or the state.
And it is unique in that it is part of a trio of adjacent retail centers – Classen Curve, The Triangle and Nichols Hills Plaza -- all owned and managed by The Washington Prime Group.
Classen Curve and its retailing siblings boast a who’s who of both national and local retailers that are icons of their industries. Lululemon Athletica. Warby Parker. Whole Foods. Trader Joe’s. Balliet’s. C.K. & Co. On a Whim.
“I love marketing these centers, where we’re the only thing in town or the only thing in the state,” said Shannon Barghols, Washington Prime’s marketing director for the Oklahoma City properties.
Read the full story on OKCRetail.com.