Opportunity zones represent a new way to invest in the Oklahoma City renaissance. The website www.okcopportunityzones.com has been unveiled to market OKC's opportunity zones to potential projects, businesses and investors.
A planning team led by Perkins + Will (P+W) has determined the types of development necessary for Oklahoma City’s Innovation District to become an even bigger economic development driver.
The two-building Central Exchange property on Northeast Sixth Street will soon have office tenants in the west building and a food hall in the east building. Chamber member Allford Hall Monaghan Morris designed the renovation.
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.
Veolia is looking for mural artists to paint the south tower's south side. The company is also offering tours, where people can learn more about the district energy system below downtown's streets.
The week-long event that began May 30 brings 70,000 spectators to OKC each year. Ongoing stadium renovations will help ensure the event remains here.
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.