NW Expressway

Home to a variety of surrounding residential options and a high daytime population due to the many office and commercial developments that call it home, the Northwest Expressway Corridor has been flourishing since the ‘50s, with no signs of slowing down. National retail is a staple along this corridor, with diverse and high-income residential areas to the north, south, southeast and northwest, making Northwest Expressway an ideal location for many types of retail and restaurant concepts. Indeed, Northwest Expressway is nicely bookended for retailers with another featured retail corridor on one end (Penn Square / Classen Curve) and high-end suburban living (Surrey Hills) on the other.


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RTA Type: National / Destination Retail

Demographics (3-mile radius):
Residential Population: 73,847
Workforce Population: 19,212
Educational Attainment (Bachelor's and higher): 38%
Average Household Income: $82,766

Nearby Major Employers:
Express Employment Professionals
Sundance Airpark
Weokie Credit Union

Nearby Universities and Institutions:
Central State Beauty Academy
Central State Massage Academy 
Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Southern Nazarene University
Southwestern Christian University

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