Success Stories

You don’t have to take our word for it - Oklahoma City enjoys an abundance of retail achievements to boast about. From grocers to malls to local retail to regional tourist draws, OKC has shown retail success is not fleeting, it’s sustained. Learn more – from the retailers themselves.

The OKC Outlets- A shopping trip to Oklahoma City’s Classen Curve can be such an unexpected delight that you will come away with a one-word description of the experience: unique.

 

 

Classen Curve- The OKC Outlets shopping center just off I-40 in western Oklahoma City has emerged as the go-to shopping destination for outlet shopping enthusiasts across Oklahoma and beyond.

 

 

Homeland- There is a distinctive neighborhood flavor to the newly remodeled Homeland grocery supermarket at NW 18 and Classen Boulevard in Oklahoma City. It might be the “Welcome Friends, Locally Owned – Community Proud” sign that greets you as you enter the store.

 

Stella Nova- The ultimate neighborhood coffee shop for Oklahoma City.

 

 

The Black Scintilla- Local Retail - For Rachael Gruntmeir, owner of The Black Scintilla, shopping is more than a transaction it is relationship building.

 

 

Chisholm Creek- Two words perfectly describe the Chisholm Creek mixed use development in far northwest Oklahoma City. Experiential. Placemaking.

 

 

Whole Foods Market - For Whole Foods, Oklahoma City’s strong retail market, low cost of living and its demand for healthy grocery options was a recipe for success. Whole Foods opened its Oklahoma City location in 2011, and the positive response exceeded expectations.

 

Penn Square Mall - Penn Square Mall has been part of Oklahoma City’s retail landscape since it was constructed as an outdoor shopping center in 1960. While its ownership has changed over the years – Simon Property Group acquired the mall in 2002 – Penn Square Mall is still a leader in upscale regional shopping and is currently the largest retail property in the state of Oklahoma.

 

Quail Springs Mall - Quail Springs Mall is located in a booming retail target area for Oklahoma City, but that wasn’t always the case. In fact, when Quail Springs was constructed in 1980, it was one of the only retail establishments in the area. Nearly 35 years and a few renovations later, Quail Springs Mall continues to act as a development magnet for Oklahoma City’s Memorial Road/Quail Springs corridor.

 

A Good Egg Dining Group - Local Cuisine - Nearly 15 years ago, Keith Paul and his wife Heather ventured into Oklahoma City’s restaurant scene with the opening of Cheever’s Café at NW 23 and Hudson. Today, the Pauls have expanded their restaurant offerings under the umbrella of A Good Egg Dining Group, to include some of Oklahoma City’s most popular restaurants.

 

Visit our Recent Developments page to read about other retail developments in Oklahoma City, and keep up with some of the recent third-party accolades that have come our way here.

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