Memorial Road / Quail Springs

The Memorial Road / Quail Springs corridor is one of Oklahoma City’s most dynamic and sought-after retail trade areas. Home to high-performing Quail Springs Mall and new developments like Chisholm Creek, as well as highly-desirable residential areas like Gaillardia, the Memorial Road / Quail Springs corridor is destined for retail success for years to come.


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RTA Type: National / Destination Retail
District Links:
www.quailspringsmall.com
www.chisholmcreek.com
Demographics (3-mile radius):
Residential Population: 80,185
Workforce Population: 41,735
Educational Attainment (Bachelor's and higher): 48%
Average Household Income: $87,401

Nearby Major Employers:
ACME Brick
Ben E Keith Foods
Emeritus
FBI
Farmers Insurance Group
Gulfport Energy Corp
HPI
Hertz
Mercy Health System of OK
Paycom
Pepsi Beverage Group

Nearby Universities and Institutions:
Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Oklahoma Christian University
Platt College- North OKC
University of Central Oklahoma

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