Paseo Arts District

The Paseo Arts District, just north of Downtown and Uptown 23rd, was originally built as the first shopping district outside of the downtown area in 1929 and features a stucco “Spanish village” motif. Today, a strong merchants association, acclaimed restaurants, unique boutiques and neighborhood support help contribute to the success of this area – as do its dozens of working artist studios and gallery spaces. Well-known for its “First Friday Gallery Walks” and yearly arts festival as well as its round-the-calendar nightlife, the Paseo Arts District makes a great area for independent retail concepts, especially those with an artistic flair.


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RTA Type: Neighborhood / Local
District Link: www.thepaseo.com
Demographics (3-mile radius):
Residential Population: 89,043
Workforce Population: 147,912
Educational Attainment (Bachelor's and higher): 35%
Average Household Income: $65,154

Nearby Major Employers:
Bob Howard PDC
State of Oklahoma
University of Oklahoma

Nearby Universities and Institutions:
Metro Technology Centers
Oklahoma City University
Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 

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