OKC's Midtown to get new Boulevard restaurant

Published Wednesday, April 17, 2019

A restaurant will once again anchor the block that was home to Boulevard Cafeteria in Midtown but will be a part of a decidedly more urban mixed-use development by Midtown Renaissance Group.


Making the permitting process easier

Published Monday, April 8, 2019

Navigating city hall when it comes to permitting and code can be intimidating to even the most seasoned developer or entrepreneurs in Oklahoma City. Enter Jane Ward, a 25-year-plus veteran of City Hall, as Oklahoma City’s development center liaison. In a position that was created late in 2018, Ward is here to help advocate for developers, businesses and individuals as they go through the permitting process with the city.


Metro unemployment rate continues to be among best in the nation

Published Friday, April 5, 2019

The unemployment rate in the Oklahoma City MSA fell from 3.5 to 3.2 percent in February. This represents the seventh-lowest rate among major metros in the U.S.


Happy National Beer Day

Published Friday, April 5, 2019

Yes, it's National Beer Day! Throughout history, beer has been used as medicine, to pay taxes and even for nutrition, among other things (even though that rumor you heard that people in the middle ages drank beer instead of water all the time just isn't true).


OKC makes progress on Scissortail Park

Published Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Heavy rains have given the Scissortail Park a significant lead on filling its central pond for the quickly approaching opening this fall, MAPS 3 project manager David Todd said.


New Deep Deuce restaurant roundup

Published Wednesday, March 27, 2019

What's that over there and what's that over there and what's that over there and what's that over there? If you've been in Deep Deuce recently, you've undoubtedly asked yourself this question, as four new restaurant spaces have recently hit the environs of the fabled "Deep Second."


Bower designed for families desiring urban living

Published Sunday, March 24, 2019

The largest single influx of for-sale housing in Midtown now looms over NW 4 with a new approach that is designed to appeal to families drawn to area attractions and the nearby John Rex Elementary.


OKC Streetcar how-to: Caffeine crawl

Published Friday, March 22, 2019

Ding, ding! That’s your signal to get on the streetcar and have a day out. But what to do? We here at VeloCityHQ aim to please, so we’ve taken the liberty of checking out some experiences and ideas to relay to you (again, it’s a tough job and all that). So sit back, relax, and let us take you on a streetcar-based outing extravaganza.


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