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OKLAHOMA CITY – David Wanzer finished the Main Street Arcade building in August, but businesses have been slow to move into the 29,000-square-foot building.
CBRE is handling the leasing for the building at 762 W. Main St. Susan Jordan and Kelsey Gray are working on the 16,784 square feet of office space, while Ryan Storer is overseeing the 13,057 square feet of first-floor retail space.more»
OKLAHOMA CITY – A new shopping center is being developed at a bustling northwest Oklahoma City corner.
Attorney Gary Homsey is working with architect Rick Brown on The Shoppes at Memorial Crossing. The center is at the northeast corner of W. Memorial Road and N. Western Avenue. Broker Donald Hayes is already working with tenants for the new development.more»
OKLAHOMA CITY – City officials are already laying the groundwork for streetcar ordinances and business development along the downtown route before it starts running at the end of 2018.
Embark spokesman Michael Scroggins said the Oklahoma City transit authority is working with several other departments and agencies such as public works and development services to work out new permitting standards and the legal department on drafting new ordinance language.more»
Oklahoma City has about 80 miles of trails its residents can ride.more»
At more than $130 million, the park is among the three biggest MAPS 3 projects.more»
The Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City also recently announced plans to open several new stores, including a Bath & Body Works, Roosters Sunglass and Spencer's. The property's resident Under Armour store also is booked to undergo an expansion in its current location.more»
A brewery and tap room are set as the next tenants of a theater redevelopment in Midtown while yet another “surprise” retail announcement is set to follow soon.more»
Oklahoma is experiencing a wave of suds sweeping the state as craft breweries pop up across the state.more»