Is Oklahoma City's Midtown becoming like a mall?

Published Thursday, April 7, 2016
by Steve Lackmeyer

The effort to create a cluster of retail in the heart of Midtown is picking up three more shops set to open up over the next three months.

Walker Avenue between NW 10 and NW 13 already is home to Brown's Bakery, Trade Men's Wares, Chirps and Cheers, Beauty Lounge, the Hair Cafe, and the Black Scintilla, as well as restaurants Cafe do Brasil, Waffle Champion, Organic Squeeze, Stella's Modern Italian, 1492, Louie's, and James McNellie's Public House.

With conversion and expansion of the former home of Meg Guess Bridal into three shops, leases were announced Monday for Fit Circle, Mode and Hank's Coffee.

As with most of the other tenants along Walker, the retailers are locally based and new startups. The new shops also reflect a move away from adding more restaurants.

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