Estimates put total public and private investment so far into Oklahoma City’s downtown area since 1993 at nearly $7 billion.
The unemployment rate in the Greater Oklahoma City MSA fell to 2.9% for the month of September, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Public investment through the MAPS program has triggered substantial private sector investment.
Experts agree that the key to continuing this sector’s growth remains the availability of a qualified workforce.
The MAPS 4 proposal includes a number of projects intended to promote community and collaboration in an area where health, energy, aerospace, technology and research companies rub elbows.
To celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week in Oklahoma City, Creative Collisions is coming to Oklahoma City Thursday, November 21st from 6 to 8 p.m., at Angry Scotsman Brewing.
Find out what major conventions and events are coming to OKC in the coming months.