I-240 Corridor

Oklahoma City’s I-240 Corridor is adjacent to the fastest-growing and highest-income zip code on the south side of OKC, and is bounded by two large retail and commercial projects: Plaza Mayor at the Crossroads (Crossroads Mall) on the east and Lariat Landing (a 1,000-acre development opportunity next to Will Rogers World Airport) on the west. In addition, the “Envision 240” redevelopment plan between these two anchors only serves to heighten the area’s potential. Interstate 240 carries more than 100,000 cars per day and is the main thoroughfare of OKC’s south side.


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RTA Type: National / Destination Retail
District Links:
www.okc.gov/planning/envision240
www.plazamayorok.com
www.greateroklahomacity.com/landatwill
Demographics (3-mile radius):
Residential Population: 110,436
Workforce Population: 35,413
Educational Attainment (Bachelor's and higher): 15%
Average Household income: $54,728

Nearby Major Employers:
Anheuser Busch Distribution
Boeing
Drill Right Technology
Northrop Grumman
St. Anthony South Hospital
Will Rogers International Airport

Nearby Universities and Institutions:
Mid-America Christian University
Oklahoma City Community College
Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City
Platt College-Moore
Randall University

 

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