The Black Scintilla, a women’s boutique at 1112 N. Walker Ave., might be Ground Zero in Oklahoma City’s Midtown district for an emerging retailing concept known as “experiential” shopping.
Sur La Table sells kitchenware products but to describe them as simply a kitchenware retailer would be an understatement.
The state’s next cultural destination, a contemporary arts center in downtown Oklahoma City, will open in the fall of 2019.
The governance sturcture is prepping to to create a mass transit system thoughout the six largest cities in the region. Plans for the transit system are in the making and could be finished before the end of the year.
Omni Hotel breaks ground Oct. 1, hopes to complete construction in 2020.
While it seems most of the national news is filled with reports about brick-and-mortar retailers struggling to keep their doors open, it is not all doom and gloom in OKC.
The terminal expansion project will add four new airline gates, a new streamlined security checkpoint, a public airfield observation experience, and space for future international air service.
As part of its dynamic growth, Heartland, the U.S. division of Global Payments, recently announced it will move its headquarters to downtown Oklahoma City. The company will expand its workforce by 345 and build a new headquarters to accommodate its growth.