Oklahoma City continues to draw investment from major companies thanks to its strong business climate, low cost of doing business and continued investment in quality-of-life projects.
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber works to recruit national retail chains and support Oklahoma City’s distinctive local retail culture.
Oklahoma’s first Container Store is scheduled to open in September near Penn Square Mall.
Covering nearly two million square feet of exhibit space and hosting 37,000 retail professionals, the annual ICSC RECon Convention in Las Vegas, held each May, can seem a tad overwhelming to the uninitiated.
The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority is proceeding with an unprecedented effort to build a public parking garage wrapped with apartments and retail.
More than 15 years ago, husband-and-wife duo Keith and Heather Paul ventured into Oklahoma City’s restaurant scene with the opening of Cheever’s Café at NW 23rd Street and Hudson Avenue.
Owners of the popular Patriarch in downtown Edmond are set to open a beer garden and food hall that will overlook downtown's Scissortail Park when it opens next year.
Whole Foods opened its Oklahoma City location in 2011, and the positive response exceeded expectations. With a low cost of living and a demand for healthy grocery options, Oklahoma City’s retail market offered the economic stability necessary for a specialty retailer to thrive.